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Guinness reworks corporate makeup.

In response to the 1993 retirement of Ian Duncan, Guinness PLC's group managing director for finance and administration, the company recently appointed Philip Yea to take over the position in stages.

Yea currently holds the position of finance director of Guinness Brewing Worldwide.

Brendan O'Neill, currently managing director of the international region of Guinness' United Distillers unit, will take over as managing director of Guinness Brewery Worldwide.

O'Neill will support Brian Baldock, who remains as chairman and deputy chairman of Guinness Brewing Worldwide.

Yea will be replaced by Michael Kayser, who currently is director of business development for Guinness Brewing, and O'Neill will be spelled by Walter Caldwell, northern Europe regional director for Unit
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Title Annotation:Guinness PLC
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Dec 21, 1992
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