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R.R. DONNELLEY PRESIDENT CARL DOTY TO RETIRE

 CHICAGO, Sept. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Carl K. Doty, 62, will retire Oct. 1 as president of R.R. Donnelley and Sons Company (NYSE: DNY), the world's largest commercial printer. Doty, who informed the company earlier this year of his plans to retire after 33 years of service, was elected president in 1991. No successor is being named at this time. Doty's responsibilities are being assumed by several other members of senior management.
 "During Carl's long and remarkable career he has made many important contributions to Donnelley's growth and development. His counsel and leadership will be missed," said John R. Walter, chairman and chief executive officer.
 Doty joined Donnelley in 1960 as an accounting supervisor in its Willard, Ohio, manufacturing plant. He managed sales regions and manufacturing plants in Warsaw, Ind., and Spartanburg, S.C., before becoming a company officer and member of senior management.
 R.R. Donnelley and Sons Company is a world leader in managing, reproducing and distributing print and digital information. It specializes in the production of catalogs, inserts, magazines, books, directories, financial and computer documentation. Founded in Chicago in 1864, the company now employs 34,000 people in more than 150 locations worldwide.
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 /CONTACT: James M. Ratcliffe, VP-corporate relations, 312-326-8030, or Diane M. Dunne, director-corporate communication, 312-326-8419, both of R.R. Donnelley and Sons Co./
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