|Died||24 July 2020 (Age 89)|
|Alma mater||Chalmers University of Technology|
Swedish civil engineer and business leader. He worked for Ericsson, before he became CEO of the national train company Statens Järnvägar.
Not to be confused author Stieg Larsson
Lars Stig Mauritz Larsson was a Swedish civil engineer and business leader. He worked for Ericsson, before he became CEO of the national train company Statens Järnvägar (SJ) 1988–1998. He attended the 1994 Bilderberg conference.
Stig Larsson studied to be a civil engineer at Chalmers University of Technology until 1960 when he started working at Ericsson took over. Among other things, he was a driving force in the development of the 1974 AXE digital telephone exchange. He was CEO of Ericsson Information Systems AB 1985–1988. He also developed military digital technology for the Saab 37 Viggen fighter plane.
Larsson was appointed Director General of SJ in 1988 and led the reorganization of SJ from a state-owned plant to a state-owned company with the emphasis on the railway.
Larsson was a member of the Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences since 1986 and was promoted to an honorary doctor of technology at Chalmers University of Technology in 1996.
Event Participated in
|Bilderberg/1994||2 June 1994||5 June 1994||Finland|
|The 42nd Bilderberg, in Helsinki.|