The protests sweeping Hong Kong have caused more fallout for Cathay Pacific Airways, with the airline’s CEO Rupert Hogg and chief customer and commercial officer Paul Loo resigning from the carrier. The Cathay board said it had accepted Hogg’s resignation, which will be effective Aug. 19. He will be replaced by Augustus Tang, who is currently CEO of Cathay’s sister company Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co. (HAECO). Loo will be replaced by Ronald Lam, current head of ...

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