Starting on Monday 5 October 2020
Metro Group has cut its profits forecast for the year after third-quarter sales dropped by 2% to 16bn ( 13.8bn).
Eckhard Cordes is to step down as the chief executive of Metro Group, pointing to divisions in the boardroom over his control of the company. His contract expires next year and Cordes said over the weekend he would not be seeking an extension.
Nisa-Today’s has unveiled a raft of new appointments as it prepares for the separation of Today’s Group from Nisa early next year.
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