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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 safety and security and put its reputation and brand under . . .

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