Enrico Cavatorta is out at Italian eyeware company Luxottica after a six-week stint as the company’s co-CEO.
Luxottica shares opened 10% lower in Milan, though the price has recovered somewhat over the course of the day. At last check it was down 3.27 points to 37.81 euros (about 8%).
Luxottica is the maker of Ray-Ban and Oakley sunglasses. Cavatorta was appointed co-CEO in September after his predecessor, Andrea Guerra, unexpectedly resigned.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Cavatorta “resigned over disagreements with company founder Leonardo Del Vecchio, as the two had conflicting views over the scope of Mr. Cavatorta’s powers…”
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