Rogers-linked firm sees CEO exit post

Serco Inc.’s parent company probed

Posted: October 26, 2013 at 2:52 a.m.

Christopher Hyman, the chief executive officer of global services provider Serco Group PLC — parent company of the firm that plans to employ 1,800 people in Northwest Arkansas — has resigned amid an investigation into claims the company overcharged the U.K. government for monitoring criminals.

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