Acer EMEA president resigns
Luca Rossi steps down from PC manufacturer
Acer has replaced its president of EMEA operations, after less than six months in the role.
Luca Rossi, who was only appointed to the president's post in July last year, apparently resigned just before Christmas. Acer gave no more reason for the move than "personal reasons", according to The Register.
Emmanuel Fromont, the company's current Pan-America operations president, will takeover the EMEA president role.
Rossi was appointed EMEA president as part of a reshuffle at the company last year. He had joined the company in 2009, and was previously regional director for Europe, and VP of the EMEA consumer division.
Acer's Q3 2014 financial results, released in November last year, showed profit of $21.38m, although revenue was down 7% year-on-year, to $2.82bn.