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BT Wholesale's CEO Stagg leaves

Monday 1 February 2016 | 09:21 CET | News
British Telecom announced that CEO of BT's Wholesale business, Nigel Stagg, left the company. Nigel spent 36 years with the company in a variety of roles and is now planning to explore other options. His successor will be announced in due course. Stagg held this position since 2011. BT Wholesale provides services to more than 1,400 communications providers who prefer to rely on BT's expertise than to build out their own networks. It generated GBP 2.2 billion of revenue in 2014/15 and EBITDA of GBP 561 million.

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Countries: United Kingdom
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