British American Tobacco has candidate to replace retiring chief exec

British American Tobacco Plc said on Wednesday its board has identified a lead candidate to succeed Chief Executive Nicandro Durante, who has said he intends to retire on April 1, 2019, after nearly 37 years with the company. ▶ Full story on
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