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Cathay Pacific CEO quits in shock move amid Hong Kong protest controversies

Cathay Pacific CEO Rupert Hogg has resigned in a shock move on Friday, amid a series of controversies over the involvement of its employees in the city's massive protests.

Paul Loo, the chief customer and commercial officer of Cathay who was one of 57-year-old Hogg’s deputies, has also stepped down.

Cathay Chairman John Slosar said recent events had called into question Cathay’s commitment to flight . . .

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