R.R. Donnelley

Robert Pyzdrowski, president of Magazine Publishing Services at R.R. Donnelley & Sons, analyzes industry consolidation, the management chain, digital prepress, the potential impact of electronic commerce—and the relationships that keep Donnelley such a deity. BY RANOIA ALONSO Robert Pyzdrowski is very approachable; he is charming, friendly, distinguished—everything a top executive at R. R. Donnelley & Sons should be as Printing Impressions readies to fire a series of industry-oriented questions his way on this particularly crisp winter afternoon. Pyzdrowski is a professional's professional. An executive's executive. He believes the publications market—the market he governs over as president of Magazine Publishing Services at R.R. Donnelley &

With 1999 in sight, the top movers and shakers at the helm of most major publicly held printing companies continue to rank prominently on Printing Impressions' ninth annual executive compensation report, which features 20 of the industry's highest paid executives. Topping the list for the second consecutive year is one of the Top 20's youngsters, 45-year-old David A. Brandon, president, CEO and director of Valassis Communications in Livonia, MI. Brandon's salary and bonus is $2,012,024, plus other compensation of $3,512,568—which places him at the top of the list with a total of $5,524,592 in annual pay for services rendered. Brandon's previous year total compensation

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