New BHP chief shuffles execs to shed management layer
Apr 18, 2013 | 12:44 PM
| Deepali Sharma
SINGAPORE Weeks before Andrew Mackenzie takes over as chief executive officer of global miner BHP Billiton Plc, the company has announced a major senior management reshuffle that brings operations closer to the top office.
The heads of five divisionscopper, iron ore, coal, petroleum and potash, and aluminum, manganese and nickelwill be part of the group management committee that reports directly to the chief executive officer.
Head of petroleum J. Michael Yeager will retire from the company July 1, and Tim Cutt will take over as president of the companys petroleum and potash division. ....
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