Sopra Steria CEO resigns as COO takes the helm

Paris wished to be relieved of his duties for personal and family reasons

Kelsey Rees
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Sopra Steria CEO resigns as COO takes the helm

Sopra Steria's board of directors have appointed Cyril Malargé to succeed the departing Vincent Paris as CEO.  The French reseller said Paris wished to be "relieved of his duties" as CEO for per...

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