Rio Tinto CEO Albanese Resigns Over $14B Write-Down

Jan. 17 (Telegraph) -- Bloomberg's Tom Keene reports that Tom Albanese suddenly resigned as chief executive of mining giant Rio Tinto over a $14bn write-down of its assets following bad deals, stating that “accountability” for the hit rested with him. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

James Runde's Tips for 'Unequaled' CEO Leadership
17:17 - James Runde, former vice chairman at Morgan Stanley and author of the book, "Unequaled," discusses the challenges CEOs face in the modern era. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
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