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Sage chief Walker to step down after 16 years

Paul Walker to leave Sage

Sage
chief executive of 16 years, Paul Walker, is to step down from the group. He
spent 26 years in total at the company, serving during its float onto the London
Stock Exchange in 1989.

Early contenders to take over the role include FD Paul Harrison and UK boss
Paul Stobart, both long-time senior managers of the company.

Further reading:

Sage’s
stock “undervalued”

Sage
revenues higher than forecast

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