After a series of executive departures at Billabong (and Paul Naude’s leave of absence to attempt to buy the company) CEO Launa Inman has been getting some heat, according to a story in the Business Spectator. But that’s just the way things go, Inman says:
“Transformation is key for Billabong,” she said. “I’m sure there are people that don’t like to see the changes. . . They want the business to be what it was. I’m here to increase shareholder value. That’s my job. We have a lot of unhappy shareholders.”
Then again, maybe Launa Inman is just wrong.
[Link: Business Spectator]