EasyJet reached outside the airline industry to tap Andrew Harrison as chief executive to succeed Ray Webster, who announced in May that he is retiring. Harrison, 48, will take up his new post on Dec. 1. He was chief executive of RAC, the UK motoring services group, prior to its acquisition by British insurer Aviva in March. He joined RAC predecessor company Lex Service as CEO in 1996 and led its transformation from a seller of high-end automobiles through a network of 30 dealerships into ...

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