ANALYSIS: Another new head for Xero's American dream

Jenny Ruth
Thu, 22 Aug 2019

By Jenny Ruth Aug. 22 (BusinessDesk) - Xero has a fraught history of trying to suss out success in North America with what has sometimes had all the hallmarks of an executive revolving door. The company’s slow progress in the US has also long been a disappointment to analysts and investors. Maybe that’s why the departure of the latest North American head happened under the radar. The annual results presentation and annual report didn’t announce the change – they both had photos of the former US head, Keri Gohman, with a new title, '...

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