By Giancarlo Navach and Svetlana Kovalyova MILAN, May 30 (Reuters) - Shareholders of Edison are expected to meet in late July to decide on streamlining Italy's second-biggest power group and possibly a top management reshuffle too, a financial source said on Friday. Italian media have said French businessman Romain Zaleski, who became Edison's single biggest shareholder with a 28 percent stake after a recent recapitalisation, could get a top job at the group or at its parent holding ...
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