Guido Kerkhoff had a Plan. The new Chairman of the Board of the industrial group Thyssenkrupp wanted to split the company: in two-one for technology and one for materials. The a joint-stock company should remain part of the others involved, so it announced Kerkhoff in September of last year. Ahead of a fierce dispute between the company management and the shareholders, at the end of the old Executive Board and the Supervisory Board, the heads had to go was gone the. The Manager had warned of the destruction of the group, the individual shareholders to advance. Kerkhoffs division of the group was a compromise between the Wish of many employees to the unit and to the shareholders, following the break-up.
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