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Paul Arthur Allaire

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Paul Arthur Allaire (born 1938) "served as Chief Executive Officer of Xerox Corporation, from May 2000 to August 2001 and also from 1990 to May 1999. Mr. Allaire served as Chairman of Xerox Corporation since 1991. He also served as Chairman of the Board and as a Director of Xerox Corporation in December 2001. He served as Chairman of J P Morgan & Co Inc. since May 1991 and served as its Director since 1997. He served as Chairman of The Ford Foundation. He serves as a Director of Sara Lee Corporation. He served as a Non Executive Director of Lucent Technologies Inc., from 1996 to June 2003, Priceline.com Inc. from February 1999 to June 9, 2003, GlaxosmithKline PLC from May 23, 2000 to June 5, 2003 and SmithKline Beecham PLC. He served as Director of Morgan Guaranty Trust Company of New York. He serves as a Member of the Boards of Council on Competitiveness, Council on Foreign Relations, New York City Ballet, and Catalyst. Mr. Allaire also serves as a Member of The Business Council and National Academy of Engineering; Trustee of Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Carnegie-Mellon University." [1]

Allaire is a former director of the Council on Foreign Relations, is Vice Chairman at the Concord Coalition, and is listed among the members and attendees of the Bilderberg Group and the Trilateral Commission. H

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  1. Paul Arthur Allaire, Businessweek, accessed October 22, 2008.
  2. Directors, FIRST, accessed October 22, 2008.
  3. Annual Report 1999, World Business Council for Sustainable Development, accessed June 7, 2010.

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  • 8 July 2003: "Foundation to Keep Leader Accused of Fraud at Xerox" by Stepanie Strom, The New York Times: "The board of the Ford Foundation, one of the country's largest private charitable foundations, has decided to keep its chairman despite accusations by federal regulators that he participated in accounting fraud when he was chairman and chief executive of the Xerox Corporation.... The decision came after the chairman, Paul A. Allaire, agreed to pay a $1 million penalty and forfeit $7.6 million in bonus pay and the proceeds from stock sales at Xerox and interest on those sums."