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Zoono CEO steps down as investors fume

Denise McNabb
Mon, 04 Apr 2022

Zoono CEO steps down as investors fume
Zoono anti-viral being sprayed in a Melbourne tram, May 2020 (Image: Getty)
Denise McNabb
Mon, 04 Apr 2022
After days of rumours on an Australian investor forum and a query from the ASX about the company’s yo-yo share price, Zoono founder Paul Hyslop stepped down as chief executive on Friday.Hyslop will remain on the board of the New Zealand-based manufacturer of a proprietary, long-life hand and surface sanitiser. His move follows a volatile period for the ASX-listed global antimicrobials company that he formed in 2007 and took public a decade later.Its share price has slumped from a high of A$3.29 in July 2020, when the first onset of t...

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