BERLIN, Oct 29 (Reuters) - German auto supplier Continental
AG announced on Thursday its chief executive of the
last 11 years, Elmar Degenhart, is stepping down from Nov. 30
due to health issues.
The company said in a statement that Degenhart, 61, had
asked the supervisory board to accept the early termination of
his contract, which was due to run until 2024. Chairman Wolfgang
Reitzle will convene a board meeting to decide on a successor.
(Reporting by Emma Thomasson
Editing by Chris Reese)