Mirosław Godlewski, the chief executive of Poland’s second-largest telecommunications firm Netia, will resign from his post by the end of August this year, the company said in a statement on Thursday.
Godlewski, who has headed Netia since 2007, will remain CEO until the company’s supervisory board chooses a new person for that position or until August 31, 2014.
Netia announced its Q4 2013 financial results on Thursday. The company generated a net profit of PLN 10.5 million with revenue at PLN 450.8 million.
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