PHILADELPHIA, May 26 (Reuters) - William Macklowe is expected to take the helm of Macklowe Properties, succeeding his father, Harry Macklowe, after the real estate company sold its prized General Motors building in Manhattan, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday. The father is expected to step down as chairman within weeks, "partly at the insistence of his son", the newspaper reported on its website. Macklowe Properties could not immediately be reached for comment. On Saturday ...
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