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PG&E CEO Geisha Williams steps down

bizjournals Monday, 14 January 2019
PG&E said Sunday evening that CEO Geisha Williams left the company and that its General Counsel John Simon will serve as interim chief executive while a search is underway for a permanent successor with "extensive operational and safety expertise." It was a major development in a troubled chapter for the San Franicsco utility that's considering bankruptcy as it faces billions of dollars in potential liabilities stemming from California wildfires. "While we are making progress as a company in safety…
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PG&E is searching for a new CEO after Geisha Williams stepped down from her position, the company announced on Sunday.

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