: Weight Watchers chairman to step down in May


WW International Inc. WW, +0.71%, the parent company of Weight Watchers, said late Thursday its chairman would not stand for re-election, and is stepping down. Raymond Debbane, the current chair, will step down the day before the company’s May 9 annual meeting, WW said, with the board appointing Thilo Semmelbauer as chairman-elect. Semmelbauer has been a board member since September 2016.

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