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28 August 2014 By Robert Cole

The chief exec and CFO are quitting the breakdown firm two months after the IPO. It may not be a post-float car crash: the market seems to like the show of decisiveness by the chairman, now de facto CEO. But the timing is troubling, as is AA’s rejection of conventional governance.

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