By Nicola Leske FRANKFURT, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Henkel Chief Executive Ulrich Lehner has a dream: to travel from Basel to his home town of Duesseldorf by paddle boat when he retires in April. But Lehner, 61, will have no time to fulfil that dream any time soon because his appointment as new chairman of Deutsche Telekom will leave no room for leisurely trips on the river Rhine. Bonn-based Deutsche Telekom, the world's number seven telecoms group, had a turbulent 2007 that began with a ...
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