Chief executive of British American Tobacco is preparing to step down: Sky News

The chief executive of British American Tobacco Nicandro Durante is preparing to step down in the wake of a sector-wide share price decline prompted by investor concerns over slowing sales growth, Sky News reported on Wednesday. ▶ Full story on
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