PERTH, Australia -- Michael Malone has resigned today from his role as CEO and Board director of iiNet Limited.
Mr Malone, who has been on a sabbatical from his position since November 2013, has made the decision to leave the company while on extended leave.
“Over the past three months, I’ve had the opportunity to pursue activities I’m passionate about, and taken time out to meet many inspirational individuals from across the globe,” Mr Malone said.
“During this time away from the business, it became clear to me leading iiNet and its passionate staff requires 24x7 commitment, energy and enthusiasm. I have been able to achieve that for over 20 years but have come to the point where I want to dedicate my time to other opportunities.”
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