POLISH insurer PZU fires CEO

Polish insurance company PZU said on Wednesday that its supervisory board had dismissed its chief executive, Michal Krupinski. The firm, eastern Europe's largest insurer, did not give any reason for Krupinski's departure. Read the full story
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