R. R. Donnelley names leaders of proposed spinoff companies


R. R. Donnelley & Sons has named the leadership for the three divisions it plans to spin off later this year.  

R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company (RRD), headquartered in Chicago, recently named the leadership for the three divisions it plans to spin off later this year.

Thomas Quinlan III will be the chairman and chief executive officer of LSC Communications, a company with more than 20,000 employees serving publishers, merchandisers and retailers. Quinlan  been RRD's president and CEO since 2007. Judith Hamilton will take the role of lead director of the LSC board of directors. She is the former president and CEO of Classroom Connect Inc., a provider of materials integrating the Internet into the education process.

Donnelley Financial Solutions, a company handling financial communications, data services and language solutions, will be headed by CEO Daniel Leib. Leib has served as RRD’s executive vice president and chief financial officer since 2011. Richard Crandall will be chairman of Donnelley Financial's board of directors. He is the founder and chairman of Enterprise Software Roundtable, a CEO roundtable for the software industry.

RRD, a global communications management firm with more than 42,000 employees worldwide, will be headed by CEO Daniel Knotts. Knotts has served as RRD’s chief operating officer since 2013. John Pope will be chairman of the RRD board of directors. He is chairman of PFI Group, a private investment company, and previously served as president and chief operating officer of UAL Corporation and United Airlines.

The current management structure at RRD will stay in place until the spinoff transactions are complete.

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