Zalando co-CEO to quit, says it is time to prioritize wife’s career


Rubin Ritter, member of the management board at Zalando SE, gestures whilst speaking during an interview at the online retailer’s technology headquarters in Berlin, Germany, on Monday, Sept. 26, 2016.

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LONDON — A co-CEO of Europe’s largest online fashion and lifestyle site has announced plans to step down next year, saying he and his wife have agreed that her professional ambitions should take priority.

Rubin Ritter, who has worked as co-chief of Zalando since 2010, said Sunday that he intends to leave his role at the next annual general meeting in May 2021.

“My decision is the result of many months of careful consideration. After more than 11…


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