Dudley Fishburn

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John Dudley Fishburn (known as Dudley) is a British businessman and former politician.


From 1988 to 1997, Fishburn was the Conservative Member of Parliament (MP) for Kensington (England) and served as a Parliamentary Private Secretary in the administrations of Prime Ministers Margaret Thatcher and John Major.1
Before becoming an MP, Fishburn was Executive Editor of The Economist magazine for nine years.2

Relationship with the Tobacco Industry

Fishburn was on the Board of Directors of Philip Morris International between 2008 and May 2014.3
Previously, he served on the Board of Directors of Altria Group (1999 -2008).2

TobaccoTactics Resources

Relevant Link

  • Profile of Dudley Fishburn on TheyWorkForYou website.
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    1. They Work for You, Dudley Fishburn website, accessed March 2017
    2. abRelationship Science, John Dudley Fishburn, accessed March 2017
    3. Philip Morris International, Philip Morris International (PMI) declares regular quarterly dividend of $0.94 per share; Announces retirements from the Board of Directors, Press Release, 12 March 2014, accessed March 2017