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Halliburton appoints new chief exec

The US-based oil service has found a new chief executive to take over the reins on June 1.

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Halliburton's current CEO will step down on June 1, and his replacement has already been found, reports Reuters.

And when Dave Lesar passes on the torch, it will hardly be a new face leading the US-based oil service company forward.

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