April 19, 2011 | Vol 6, Num 16
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  • One on one with Russ Ebeid
    After 41 years with Guardian Industries, Russ Ebeid will retire Sept. 1, succeeded by Scott Thomsen. Here, Ebeid discusses his career and life after glass.
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    There is a time and place for those trophies, awards, bonuses and banquets, but there are important factors to consider.

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