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Worldplay chief is 'preferred' BT CEO target

4 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

The outgoing joint-CEO of WorldPay is BT's “preferred target” to replace Gavin Patterson as its own chief executive, it has been reported. Sky News says the BT top job is Philip Jansen's to turn down, with BT Chairman Jan du Plessis hoping an outsider to the telco industry will provide the UK's largest broadband and mobile provider with a fresh perspective as it negotiates myriad challenges. Jansen worked with Patterson at Proctor & Gamble and at cable operator Telewest (which merged with NTL to form Virgin Media in 2007), while former BT Chairman Sir Mike Rake is Worldpay's top...
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