Digicel group says CEO dies suddenly on holiday

Dublin (Reuters) - Digicel communications and entertainment provider said on Friday its group CEO Alex Matuschka von Greiffenclau had died suddenly while on holiday. Chairman Denis O'Brien said in a message to staff he would take over as interim CEO

Reuters December 29, 2018 00:05:54 IST
Digicel group says CEO dies suddenly on holiday

Digicel group says CEO dies suddenly on holiday

Dublin (Reuters) - Digicel communications and entertainment provider said on Friday its group CEO Alex Matuschka von Greiffenclau had died suddenly while on holiday.

Chairman Denis O'Brien said in a message to staff he would take over as interim CEO.

He wrote: "It is with a heavy heart and much sadness that I share news of the untimely death of our Group CEO, Alex Matuschka von Greiffenclau. Alex died suddenly yesterday whilst on holiday with his family in Germany."

(Reporting by Stephen Addison; Editing by Elaine Hardcastle)

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