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Senior MovesApr / 28 / 2017
Cutts succeeds Clark as HSBC marketing chief

HSBC has appointed former senior Mondelez International executive Leanne Cutts as group head of mar-keting, succeeding Chris Clark, who is leaving the bank after 15 years.


Cutts, who takes up the role this month, was president for gum, candy and beverages in Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and Africa at Mondelez from October 2016, based in Tokyo.

She joined the snacks company in 2011 as vice-president of marketing for Asia-Pacific, relocating to Japan from Singapore two years later as national president and managing director.


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Senior MovesApr / 28 / 2017
Yo! Sushi hires Luisa Fernandez to lead marketing

Fernandez, who joined Yo! Sushi as an executive director earlier this month, has also been appointed marketing director, the company announced today. She reports directly into Yo! Sushi’s chief executive, Robin Rowland.


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Senior MovesApr / 28 / 2017
BHS international boss David Anderson heads to Wyevale

BHS International managing director David Anderson has been appointed retail operations director at Wyevale Garden Centres.


He will take up his new role at the 150 garden-centre retailer on May 2. Anderson was instrumental in launching BHS.com after the 163-store high street chain collapsed into administration a year ago.


He was retail operations director at BHS between 2012 and 2015. Before joining the department store retailer in 2009, Anderson held senior roles at Marks & Spencer, including head of region.


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LeisureApr / 28 / 2017
United Airlines investigates giant bunny death

United Airlines is investigating the death of a giant rabbit which was being transported on one of its planes.


The 90cm-long bunny, called Simon, was found dead in the cargo hold when the flight arrived at Chicago's O'Hare airport from London Heathrow.

United, which has had a torrid few weeks of bad publicity, said it was "saddened" by Simon's death.


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