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Changing the guard at Enron again

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The changing of the guard continues at Enron Wind. Kurt Huneke, a long time employee of the subsidiary's parent company, Enron Corp, has retired after less than half a year as chairman and CEO. Meanwhile Jim Noles, president and chief operating officer of Enron Wind since April, will become chairman as well as continuing in his existing positions. Enron Wind's Mary McCann says Huneke's decision is because he wants to spend more time with his family and has no wider implications. The shuffle follows previous changes at the helm in recent months. Long-time chairman and president Ken Karas left early this year to be replaced by Dave Ramm, formerly of United Technologies Corp, International Fuel Cells Corp and other leading companies. But within weeks Ramm left to head Integrated Electrical Services of Houston and Jim Noles was moved within the Enron company to Enron Wind. Noles, 54 and a former brigadier general, had served as managing director within Enron's global asset operations division. He joined Enron in 1985 as a vice president of Enron Development Corp.

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