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TOKYO—Nippon Sheet Glass Co. said Craig Naylor, its American chief executive, resigned over “fundamental disagreements” on strategy with the board of directors, becoming the second foreign CEO to abruptly step down from Japan’s second-largest glass maker in three years.

 

The company’s chairman, Katsuji Fujimoto, wouldn’t elaborate on the nature of the disagreement, saying only that the board and Mr. Naylor, who had a long career at DuPont Co. before being lured out of retirement to become Nippon Sheet Glass’s CEO, disagreed on priorities for a restructuring plan announced in February, as well as “organizational management.”

 

 

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Thousands of internet sites are actively playing a “blackout” protest with anti-piracy laws being talked over by US lawmakers. The Wikipedia encyclopedia together with blogging service WordPress are among the highest profile pages to take out material.
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