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The agency’s arduous search for a general manager is finally over. For Paul J. Wiedefeld, now comes the hard part.
Such advertising could generate as much as $5 million in revenue over several years, a staff report said.
Mortimer Downey had been accused of a conflict of interest for working as an adviser to a big Metro contractor.
Problems with the 7000 series cars are among many awaiting Paul J. Wiedefeld, the incoming Metro chief.
Paul Wiedefeld faces numerous challenges as chief executive of the troubled transit agency.
Paul J. Wiedefeld is said to be the candidate because the agency’s top choice, Neal S. Cohen, has declined.
Neal Cohen, a corporate financial expert, and Metro call off talks for him to serve as general manager.
Transit agency’s operational and safety issues fall outside prospective GM Neal Cohen’s fiscal expertise.
Neal S. Cohen, a veteran airline executive, is described as “brilliant” and “quirky.”
Metro launches Web page on Stadium-Armory power problem.