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RR Donnelley Names Daniel L. Knotts as COO

January 8, 2013

Chicago-based RR Donnelley & Sons Company announced that Daniel L. Knotts has been named chief operating officer, succeeding John R. Paloian who is retiring after more than 25 years in the industry and having served for more than five years as the company's COO.

"We are very grateful to John Paloian for his leadership and vision, which have helped to drive RR Donnelley's continuing transformation into a global provider of content creation, management, distribution and processing services," said Thomas J. Quinlan III, president and chief executive officer. "John has also worked closely with Dan Knotts to enable him to step seamlessly into the COO position. Dan is exceptionally well prepared to undertake this important role, particularly as he has been instrumental in leading and managing RR Donnelley's global services offerings, which include our fast-growing logistics sector."

Knotts most recently served as the company's group president, with responsibility for global sales, operations, information technology, logistics, financial services, business process outsourcing operations, strategic sourcing and environmental, health and safety.

For more information, visit www.rrdonnelley.com.


 

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