The CEO of Sweden-based telco, Telia, has abruptly announced his resignation and will leave the company next year. Johan Dennelind (pictured), who has served as CEO of the SEK 83.56bn-revenue (€7.76bn) telco for almost six years, handed his resignation to the board of directors on Monday and will step down during next year. Dennelind has a 12-month notice period and will continue as CEO "for the time being", claims Telia. The firm said it will immediately begin searching for a replacement....
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