The McGraw-Hill Companies Names President of McGraw-Hill Construction
Mr Fox joined the corporation in 2000 as senior vice president of marketing and business development for business week. Prior to joining The McGraw-Hill Companies, he was vice president of new media at the Reader's Digest association, where he launched gifts.com and readersdigest.com. He has held positions at Unilever and Booz Allen Hamilton.
Mr Fox served as president of BusinessWeek from 2007 until its sale in December 2009. Under his leadership, BusinessWeek expanded the global audience and accelerated its digital transformation. With the launch of the Business Exchange, BusinessWeek successfully entered social networking media and was awarded Best Digital Launch by MIN, said McGraw-Hill Companies.
Harold McGraw III, chairman, president and CEO of The McGraw-Hill Companies, said: “Keith brings strong leadership and operational experience to this role, as well as a proven track record in innovation and product development.”
Glenn Goldberg, president of McGraw-Hill information & media, said: “With deep experience in business information, Keith will work with the management team to enhance McGraw-Hill Construction's leadership in providing information, marketing services and analytics to the construction industry and to accelerate our growth in the emerging areas of sustainability, renovation and technology-enabled design and construction.”
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