Inmarsat finance chief steps down
LONDON, Sept 27
LONDON, Sept 27 (Reuters) - The Chief Financial Officer of satellite operator Inmarsat is to step down in early 2014 after nine years at the firm.
Inmarsat, which provides communications to shipping, aircraft and remote locations worldwide, said that Rick Medlock will take up a position at a private-equity owned business.
The company said that it had begun a process to appoint a successor.
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