Singapore Airlines CEO Chew Choon Seng has signaled that he will step down soon, according to a Bloomberg report yesterday. “It’s at the mercy of the board, but I am getting on in years,” Chew, who turned 64 yesterday, told Bloomberg after a shareholders' meeting in Singapore. "I should move on.” Chew’s contract expires in December. He is credited with doubling the value of the airline’s shares since taking the helm in 2003. It has posted ...

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