Ingram Micro has quietly completed a top level reshuffle by announcing that three senior executives will "retire from the company".
Vice chairman David Dukes will leave the distributor in May "to spend more time with his wife and children", but at 53, sources expect he will get another job quickly.
John Winkelhaus, executive vice president and the former head of Ingram?s European business, left on 31 December. Ingram said Winkelhaus, 47, was retiring but sources claim recent awards and his age mean he is more likely to work elsewhere.
Ingram Canada president Gordon Schofield left under acrimonious circumstances on 17 December.
Chairman and chief executive Jerre Stead will become even more powerful as a result, as the company has announced no plans to replace Dukes.
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