ROME Italian businessman Andrea Guerra is relinquishing his executive functions at high end food retailer Eataly, but will remain as chairman, the company said on Friday.The change to Guerra position as executive chairman is part of a broader governance review, Eataly said in a statement.The Corriere della Sera newspaper said Guerra, who had previously been a decade at the helm of eyewear giant Luxottica, would stay on as chairman without executive powers least for the whole of 2020. Reported on Thursday that Guerra would step down as executive chairman.five year path has been completed I will rest a little and will then consider new business opportunities, Guerra was reported by Corriere della Sera as saying.Guerra took on his position at Eataly in October 2015, a year after a clash with Luxottica founder Leonardo Del Vecchio led to his departure from the maker of Ray Ban and Oakley sunglasses.Eataly said Nicola Farinetti, one of the three sons of the group founder, would stay on as chief executive.gave a decisive contribution to accelerating the development of the company, founder Oscar Farinetti said in the statement.Eataly, which sells Italian delicacies from pasta to panettone at stores around the world, added it would announce its results for 2019 in February.The company has said it expects revenues this year to increase to 690 720 million euros ($765 799 million).does not need to rake up pennies on the market, it is able to finance its growth easily with its cash flow Farinetti told Corriere della Sera, without excluding a future listing on the New York stock exchange.He added the shareholding structure of the group would not change.($1 = 0.9014 euros) (Reporting by Giulia Segreti; Editing by Mark Potter)Postmedia is committed to maintaining a lively but civil forum for discussion and encourage all readers to share their views on our articles. may take up to an hour for moderation before appearing on the site.
To prepare the pie shell, roll out the chilled circles on a lightly floured flat surface to about 14″ diameter, with one of the circles line a greased pie pan, leaving a 1 inch overhang. Chill the dough in the pie pan for at least 30 minutes and up to overnight. Refrigerate the other circle until needed for the pie top..
The middle and upper classes are more inclined to wear scarves than the lower classes and generally more willing to wrap up warmly in cold weather. So when you’re out in the town this winter, see if you can spot people’s classes by observing their layers. And the fun part is, can you spot those trying to pass as something other?.