Royal Caribbean's CFO Steps Down

Luis Leon, Royal Caribbean Cruises' CFO, is retiring the company announced Tuesday, and executive vice president Brian Rice will succeed him. Leon, 54, has been CFO since 2003 and will assist in the transition, which is expected to be finished before the end of the year.

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