American Express chief resigns

January 31, 1993

James D. Robinson III, who led American Express Co. for 1 years, stepped down under increasing pressure from shareholders and the board of directors. His resignation came just days after he successfully staged a countercoup to thwart the board's attempts to oust him.

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