Marcus Bierich

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Marcus Bierich (29 April 1926 in Hamburg - 25 November 2000 in Stuttgart) was CFO for Mannesmann AG from 1961-1980 (what became Vodafone) in Düsseldorf; CFO for Allianz AG from 1980-1984 in Munich; CEO for Robert Bosch GmbH 1984-1993 and Chairman of the Advisory Board until his death in 2000 in Stuttgart.

Education[edit]

  • School: Johanneum in Hamburg;
  • Studies: Philosophy and Mathematics in Hamburg and Münster;
  • Doctorate: Freges 'Lehre von dem Sinn und der Bedeutung der Urteile' und Russels Kritik an dieser Lehre in 1951;
  • apprentice: Delbrück, Schickler & Co., private Bankers in Berlin;
  • Honorable Doctorate in economics from Ruhruniversität Bochum in 1977;
  • Honorable Senator to the Universität Tübingen in 1988

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