GN CEO on job security: "It's a board decision"

After the company's former head of research and development was let go earlier this month, CEO at GN Hearing Gitte Aabo is next in line to take full responsibility for current developments. Whether she will survive more delays and downgrades is up to the board, she says.

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October 2021 won't be a month that is forgotten quickly at GN Hearing.

At the beginning of the month, GN Hearing's head of research and development Pär Thureson was let go as a consequence of the delays of two key product launches and a subsequent 2021 guidance downgrade.

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