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US: American Antitrust Institute welcomes new president

 |  November 10, 2014

The American Antitrust Institute has named its new president to succeed AAI founder Albert Foer, say reports.

Diana Moss was picked to head the Institute as President and CEO; AAI Board of Directors Chairman Robert Skitol described Moss as “ideally positioned” to lead after Foer.

Moss said she is “honored” and “grateful” for the opportunity. The economist joined the Institute soon after it was founded and has been its vice president since 2002, according to reports. The Institute says her work there has lead to greater competency in various industries including energy, agriculture, telecommunications and healthcare.

Foer is expected to transition into a half-time role at the Institute to focus on international competition advocacy.

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