New changes are up for Houston’s Waste Management Inc. as it now welcomes its new president after reporting a very promising second quarter turnout. James Fish Jr. will be acting both as the president and the CFO of the company while a new CFO is being located. CEO David Steiner will be Fish’s boss, who said in a press release that Fish’s selection is a part of the succession planning now held in the company. In the same press release, it was reported that the revenue of the company for the second quarter reached to $3.43 billion and its net income has also increased by up to 5% per share.
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