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Iron ore boss to quit in Rio revamp

Andrew Harding, the man who lost out in the battle to replace Sam Walsh as CEO of Rio Tinto, is to quit the company in a sweeping reorganisation engineered by incoming chief executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques.

Salisbury is new boss of WA iron ore (pictured)

Salisbury is new boss of WA iron ore (pictured)

Even though Jacques doesn’t officially take over from Walsh until July 2, his former rival for the job will leave the group on July 1, after 24 years. The Frenchman's stamp is all over the reorganisation...

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