SGS to propose Fiat's Marchionne as chairman


ZURICH, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Swiss inspections services firm SGS said on Monday its former chief executive Sergio Marchionne has been proposed as its new chairman. Marchionne stepped down as SGS chief executive in 2004 to become chief executive at the Italian car maker Fiat Group SpA . His departure was seen as a loss to the company as he was credited with turning around the inspection firm's fortunes. SGS, which tests consignments of goods for quality and quantity, is due to hold its ...

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