JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The chairman of Israel’s biggest telecom group, Bezeq, has resigned, the company said on Monday.
Shlomo Rodav stepped down after more than two years in the position. It was his second time serving as Bezeq’s chairman after a stint between 2007-2010.
Bezeq said it would choose a temporary replacement in the coming days while beginning the process of finding a new, permanent chairman.
Reporting by Ari Rabinovitch; Editing by Steven Scheer
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