Acco Brands changes board
Office products company Acco Brands Corp. said Monday that one of its board members is retiring and it has nominated two new directors.
The company behind brands such as Day-Timer, Swingline and Kensington said office products company said that Patricia Ewers, 74, is retiring from the board.
Ewers was not nominated for re-election because she has reached the board's mandatory retirement age, the company said. She has served on the Acco board since it became a public company in August 2005.
Acco said its board has nominated Kathleen S. Dvorak and Sheila Talton for election as directors at the company's 2010 annual shareholders meeting.
Dvorak, 53, is executive vice president and chief financial officer of Richardson Electronics, Ltd., an electronic components company.
Talton, 57, is the vice president of the office of globalization for Cisco Systems Inc.
This brings the total size of its board to nine members.
Its shares rose 9 cents to $7.82 in late afternoon trading.