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Revolving Door

Sunday, April 24, 2005; Page F03


Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, as chief executive of the Roman Catholic Church.

Michael Quigley, Alcatel's head of North American operations, as president and chief operating officer, and heir apparent to chief executive Serge Tchuruk.

Martha Stewart, as chief personality of a new lifestyle channel on Sirius Satellite Radio, part of a $30 million deal.


Thomas E. Capps, 69, as chief executive of Dominion Resources, to be succeeded in one year by President Thomas F. Farrell II.

Martin S. Feldstein, as professor teaching introductory economics course at Harvard, to be replaced in fall term by President Bush's former top economic adviser, N. Gregory Mankiw.

Robert Karofsky, head of stock trading operations at Morgan Stanley, and William Kourakos, head of leveraged finance, as management turmoil roils the venerable Wall Street firm.

James B. Comey Jr., who previously had played a central role in corporate fraud prosecutions, as deputy attorney general to return to private practice.

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