W. Michael Blumenthal Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, University California, Berkeley, 1951. Master of Arts, Master of Public Administration, Princeton University, 1953. Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University, 1956.
Research associate Princeton University, 1954-1957. Vice president, board directors Crown Cork International Corporation, 1957-1961. Deputy assistant secretary for economic affairs United States Department State, 1961.
Deputy special representative for trade negotiations The White House, 1963-1967. President Bendix International, 1967-1970. Vice-chairman Bendix Corporation, 1970-1971, president, chief operating officer, 1971-1972, chairman, president, Chief Executive Officer, 1972-1977.
Secretary United States Department Treasury, Washington, 1977-1979. Vice-chairman, Chief Executive Officer Unisys Corporation (formerly Burroughs Corporation), Detroit, 1980-1981, chairman, Chief Executive Officer, 1981-1990. Senior advisory Lazard Frères & Company, LLC, 1990—1996.
Director Jewish Museum Berlin, since 1997. Board Bendix Corporation, 1967-1977, Tenneco, Inc., DaimlerChrysler Services AG. Member international advisory board Chemical Bank.
Member Business Council, United States-Japan Business Council (steering committee).
Married Margaret Polley, 1951. Children: Jane, Anne, Jill. Married Barbara Bennett.
1 child Michael.