LIME CEO Calls It Quits


CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, JA, Weds. July 23, 2009: The Chief Executive Officer of LIME Caribbean, formerly Cable and Wireless, is calling it quits.

Richard Dodd, in a company statement, announced he will step down after just 18 months in the post. He will be replaced by David Shaw, LIME`s current chief operating officer.

Dodd, according to the statement, `decided to step down after leading LIME through the first phase of the company`s One Caribbean transformation program, bringing together 13 separate operations into a single entity and creating the foundation for a truly pan-Caribbean business.`

`Having successfully executed the first phase of the programme, he has decided to return to the UK,` the statement added.

 `LIME is a great business and I am very pleased with what we have achieved, as a team during my time here,` commented Dodd. `We have reshaped the business, bringing together 13 individual businesses and creating a business with a new identity and a new purpose. We have improved service levels and taken significant steps in improving the business` long-term competitiveness. I have enjoyed my time here immensely, and I`m confident the business is on the right path.`

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