Professor Emeritus Charles M. Williams dies aged 94

Harvard Business School Professor Emeritus Charles M. Williams, a renowned authority on commercial banking and a master of the art of case method teaching, died of congestive heart failure on Nov. 17, at the North Hill retirement community in Needham, Mass.

He influenced the lives and careers of thousands of MBA students and executives around the world. Williams enjoyed a long and distinguished career with HBS, joining the faculty in 1947 and retiring from the active faculty in 1986 after a long association with the School that began when he was an MBA student from 1937 to 1939.

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