Last But Not Least

DA MAN - Caliber - - PUBLISHER’S NOTE -

PRES­I­DENT OF LVMH’S WATCH DI­VI­SION, JEAN-CLAUDE BIVER, HAS STEPPED DOWN FROM HIS PO­SI­TION AT THE GROUP

pres­i­dent of LVMH’s Watch Di­vi­sion, Jean-Claude Biver, has stepped down from his po­si­tion at the group. “i am giv­ing up my oper­a­tional re­spon­si­bil­i­ties, but i’m stay­ing as a non-ex­ec­u­tive pres­i­dent of LVmH’s watch unit and its three watch brands, taG Heuer, Zenith and Hublot,” he said. “i’ll no longer be cut­ting the onions and cry­ing in the kitchen early in the morn­ing, i’ll just come later to see if they are ready.” though no of­fi­cial state­ment has been re­leased by LVmH, it ap­pears that this de­ci­sion has been spurred by pos­si­ble health is­sues. Biver first joined the LVmH group in 2008, when Hublot was ac­quired by the group. He was then ap­pointed head of the watch busi­ness in 2014.

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