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AkzoNobel CEO Takes Leave, Citing Fatigue

7:17 AM MDT | September 21, 2012

AkzoNobel says its newly appointed CEO, Ton B√ľchner, is taking a leave of absence because he has been diagnosed with ‚Äútemporary fatigue.‚ÄĚ He is expected to recover soon and should be able to return to work in the first half of October, the company says. Meanwhile, the company‚Äôs CFO, Keith Nichols, will coordinate and be first point of contact on the AkzoNobel board, the company says. B√úCHNER: Expected back at work in October. B√ľchner became AkzoNobel CEO last April after his predecessor, Hans Wijers...

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