John Weitnauer

ATLANTA—Robert Amman, chairman and CEO of the John H. Harland Co., has resigned following continued lackluster financial results and "differences of opinion as to how to best implement" the company's strategies. The new interim chief is John Weitnauer, a Harland director for 25 years. A search for a new CEO has been launched. The management shake-up comes as the company reports downbeat financial news. Sales for the quarter that ended on Dec. 31, 1997, were $141.7 million compared to $151.6 million a year earlier. Sales for the 12-month period were $562.7 million, compared to $609.4 million in 1996. Amman became CEO in October

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