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Telegraph kick starts new regime

The finance director of the Telegraph group has become one of two senior directors to fall victim to the group's management reshuffle since the Barclay brothers' takeover.

Link: KPMG joins Lord Black in firing line

FD Niamh O’Donnell-Keenan and managing director Hugo Drayton left the company yesterday, according to The Guardian.

The appointment of John Allwood, former head of mobile phone group Orange UK, as executive director was the first major change since August when the Barclay brothers won the £665m auction of the publisher.

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