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Formula E names ex-Manchester United boss as new CEO

Jamie Reigle, a former leading executive for Manchester United at the Los Angeles Rams, has been named the Chief Executive Officer for Formula E with immediate effect. The Canadian executive takes over a role handled by FE founder Alejandro Agag since the series' inception in 2014 as the latter steps up to his Chairman duties. Reigle worked for over a decade at Manchester's Old Trafford as a member of the prestigious football club's board of directors, managing global commercial activity and leading the company's initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange. In 2017, Reigle moved to the US where he joined the L.A. Rams NFL team as its executive vice president of business...
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