Business NZ boss Phil O'Reilly to leave at the end of the year

Tue, 19 May 2015

By Paul McBeth May 19 (BusinessDesk) -  Phil O'Reilly, the long-serving chief executive of Business New Zealand, will leave the lobby group at the end of the year, ending a decade providing one of the most vocal voices for the country's private sector. The Wellington-based lobby group will immediately begin its search for a replacement, and O'Reilly said he will help the Business NZ council find a suitable replacement. O'Reilly will stay as chair of the Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD and member of the Governing Body...

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