Walsh's Rio Tenure Coincided With Metals and Share Slump: Chart

Sam Walsh’s three-year tenure as Rio Tinto Group’s chief executive officer coincided with a collapse in metals prices and 44 percent slump in the London-based company’s share price. Iron ore, Rio’s largest unit, tumbled 63 percent during his time at the helm of the world’s second-biggest mining company, and aluminum, the second-largest unit, declined 25 percent. Copper, the third-biggest division, fell 37 percent.

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