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Charles Wilson "Wick" Moorman is the chairman and CEO of Norfolk Southern; he succeeded David R. Goode on February 1, 2006. The action was taken by Norfolk Southern’s board of directors. Moorman, who served as president since 2004 and chief executive officer since 2005, has continued in those positions. Moorman has served in a number of leadership positions, including senior vice president corporate planning and services, president of Thoroughbred Technology and Telecommunications, vice president information technology, and vice president personnel and labor relations. Moorman is a 1975 graduate of Georgia Tech and Harvard Business School, he joined Norfolk Southern in 1970 as a Co-Op while ...more
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David R. Goode is the retired Chairman, President, and CEO of Norfolk Southern Corporation. Other directorships: Caterpillar Inc.; Delta Air Lines, Inc.; Georgia-Pacific Corporation; Norfolk Southern Railway, and Texas Instruments Incorporated. Goode has been a director of Caterpillar since 1993. He is also on the Board of Directors of Delta Air Lines. He attended Duke University and Harvard Law School. He was chosen as the Railroader of the Year by industry trade journal Railway Age for 1998 and again in 2005. The Norfolk Southern office building in midtown Atlanta was named in his honor in 2005. He is also known for ending the steam program of the Class J 611 and Class A 1218 in 1994. ...moresee more on David R. Goode