Malaysia Airlines Berhad CEO Christoph Mueller has said he will resign in September, citing “changing personal circumstances.” The unexpected announcement comes less than a year after Mueller took over the top executive spot at Malaysia Airlines. The former Aer Lingus CEO known for turning around airlines was named CEO of Malaysia Airlines in late 2014 as the carrier was dealing with the aftermath of the loss of two Boeing 777s in separate incidents—flights MH370 and ...

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