• Harley-Davidson is looking for a new CFO

  • Job cuts said to be in line with new ‘The Rewire’ business strategy

  • More will be revealed along with Q2 results later this month

It’s been just two months since Harley-Davidson announced its new and seemingly more conservative ‘The Rewire’ business strategy. The 117-year-old American company has now announced that its CFO John Olin has left his role and that hundreds of jobs will be slashed. 

In its latest statement, Harley-Davidson has announced that changes to the company’s operating model under its ‘The Rewire’ plan will cover all areas of the business, including the corporate functions. Olin has been replaced by current VP treasurer, Darrell Thomas, who will assume duties as interim CFO until a successor is appointed. Newly appointed chairman, president and CEO, Jochen Zeitz said,…

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