ANCHORAGE - One of Alaska's biggest Native corporations has changed top leadership.
The board of Barrow-based Arctic Slope Regional Corp. voted Wednesday to bring back former president Jacob Adams as chairman.
The Anchorage Daily News reports the board moved Rex Rock from the position of chairman to president, replacing Roberta "Bobbi" Quintavell, who had been president since 2007.
Adams was president for more than 20 years before retiring three years ago.
Arctic Slope reported a 15-percent decline in revenue last year to $1.94 billion. Arctic Slope businesses are involved in oil field contracting, refining and government services.
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