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Babcock International Group PLC (BAB.L)

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Wed, Apr 3 2019

Babcock names Rolls-Royce director Ruth Cairnie as first female chair

Britain's Babcock International Group said Rolls-Royce non-executive director Ruth Cairnie would take over from outgoing chairman Mike Turner, becoming the first woman to hold the role at the engineering and defence services provider.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Britain's Babcock names Rolls-Royce director Ruth Cairnie as first female chair

April 3 Britain's Babcock International Group said Rolls-Royce non-executive director Ruth Cairnie would take over from outgoing chairman Mike Turner, becoming the first woman to hold the role at the engineering and defence services provider.

CORRECTED-Britain's Babcock names Rolls-Royce director Ruth Cairnie as chair

April 3 Britain's Babcock International Group said on Wednesday that Rolls-Royce non-executive director Ruth Cairnie would take over from outgoing chairman Mike Turner, becoming the first woman to take on the role at the firm.

BUZZ-Babcock International: dented by Brexit restructuring costs

** Shares of British defence contractor down 5 pct - top loser on the Midcap index

UPDATE 1-Babcock to close small English shipyard as orders dry up

EDINBURGH, Nov 1 British engineering and defence firm Babcock International said on Thursday it was closing its Appledore shipyard in Devon, a "difficult" decision after orders ran out.

Babcock to close small English shipyard as orders dry up

EDINBURGH British engineering and defence firm Babcock International said it was closing its Appledore shipyard in Devon, a "difficult" decision after orders ran out.

Babcock to close small English shipyard as orders dry up

EDINBURGH, Nov 1 British engineering and defence firm Babcock International said it was closing its Appledore shipyard in Devon, a "difficult" decision after orders ran out.

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