AAPT boss to leave Telecom

TOM PULLAR-STRECKER
Last updated 09:03 26/02/2014
David Yuile
David Yuile.

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AAPT chief executive David Yuile will leave Telecom on Friday when it completes the sale of its Australian subsidiary to Australian-listed firm TPG for A$450 million (NZ$487m), Telecom announced.

Telecom chief executive Simon Moutter said Yuile had been instrumental in driving the transformation of AAPT into a "highly competitive data and internet provider".

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