Aug 01, 2020
Busch to Take Over Early as Siemens CEO in October
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Roland Busch will take over as chief executive officer of Siemens AG from Joe Kaeser in early October, a German newspaper reported.
Although Kaeser’s contract runs until January next year, Oct. 1 would be the logical moment for him to make way for Busch, who is his deputy, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung reported, citing sources close to the supervisory board it did not identify.
Siemens did not immediately provide a response to a request for comment
The company named Busch to succeed Kaeser in March, and said two senior managers would depart in a major shakeup at the German manufacturing giant following a dispute over strategy.
The Munich-based company did not previously specify the exact timing of the CEO change, saying Busch would take the top role by Feb. 3 next year.© Bloomberg Siemens AG Reports Steep Earnings Drop
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Party boat owners arrested after failure to comply with social distancing
LOWER EAST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- There is one less party boat in the water Sunday, and the popular Liberty Belle is not at its usual dock at Pier 36 after police moved in and made arrests on Saturday night.
Official met the boat at the pier and arrested the owners and the captain of the boat, claiming it did not practice social distancing and did not have a license to serve alcohol.
As other boats left the same pier on Sunday, the crew of the Majestic Princess, which is a different company, told Eyewitness News that they sanitize hands, they take everyone's temperature and they operate at 50% capacity so that passengers can safely enjoy a ride around the city on a hot summer day.
"If it's crowded, I won't take it," said passenger Yahaira Salinas.
Meanwhile, Eyewitness News reached out to the Liberty Belle for comment on what happened. Their website does not mention being shut down. They have not yet released a statement.