TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- Chairman Frank MacInnis resigned from Williams Companies on Friday
- Six board members left the company Thursday
- ETE canceled a planned merger with Williams on Tuesday
The chairman of Williams Companies stepped down the day after six board members resigned.
Frank MacInnis said he decided to leave the company for person reasons.
Green Country economists are confident that Williams can replace the empty board seats in a timely manner.
The six board members left after a failed attempt to oust CEO Alan Armstrong.
- Williams purchased by Energy Transfer Equity for $32.61 billion
- ETE merger could eliminate Tulsa Williams offices
- Williams shareholders to vote on merger deal day before deadline
- SEC approves Williams merger statement
- ETE countersues Williams to get permission to terminate merger
- Judge rules ETE can terminate Williams Merger
TIMELINE: Williams - ETE Drama
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