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FY20: sweet farewell present to the current CEO

19/02/21 -"Thomas Hasler will succeed Paul Schuler as the CEO from May 2021 and, therefore, FY20 was the last full year in the current CEO’s reign. The FY20 results were a good farewell present to him, with ..."

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19/02/21
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