(Bloomberg) -- Nutrien Ltd. named Ken Seitz as its new chief executive officer, months after a boardroom shakeup at the world’s largest fertilizer maker.Most Read from BloombergWinners and Losers in Democrats’ Signature Tax and Energy BillS&P 500 Finishes Lower After Wiping Out 1% Rally: Markets WrapChina Seizes on Pelosi Visit to Set ‘New Normal’ for TaiwanCarlyle CEO Resigns in Sudden Reversal of Generational ShiftSeitz was named interim CEO in January after former CEO Mayo Schmidt made a surp
Nutrien (NTR) gains on higher selling prices and strong Retail performance in Q2 amid headwinds from weak volumes in North America and higher natural gas costs.
(Reuters) -Canada's Nutrien Ltd, the world's largest potash fertilizer producer, named Ken Seitz as chief executive on Monday, removing the interim tag. Nutrien in January surprised investors by replacing its CEO for the second time in eight months. It then named Seitz, the head of its potash business, as interim CEO, replacing Mayo Schmidt..