Maserati CEO Leach to leave Fiat group-sources


MILAN, Feb 18 (Reuters) - Maserati Chief Executive Martin Leach is due to leave the sportscar maker and will not take up any other post at the Fiat group, industrial sources said on Friday. Leach's departure would be the second top management change at Fiat in quick succession after Herbert Demel resigned as chief executive of Fiat Auto and was replaced by group CEO Sergio Marchionne. Fiat and Maserati declined to comment. Earlier on Friday, the Financial Times Deutschland reported ...

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