Cable & Wireless has lost its US chief executive Rich Yalen, after he reportedly fell out with his boss.
A C&W spokesman confirmed that Yalen, after a six-year run, had left the company, but declined to comment on a report in the 'Wall Street Journal' that his departure followed a disagreement with his boss Carl Grivner.
Grivner was recently appointed head of Cable & Wireless' US, Caribbean and Panamanian operations.
Yalen, who has over 25 years of experience in domestic and international communications, was appointed chief operating officer of Cable & Wireless US last March, and then chief executive earlier this year.
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