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Liberty Media Group Set To Shake Up Formula 1's Boardroom

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 23 / 17

The new owners of Formula 1 will "unveil a boardroom shake-up next week that will include the departures of two of Europe's leading businessmen," according to Mark Kleinman of SKY SPORTS. Liberty Media Group has decided to "part company" with all of the existing independent directors on the board of...

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