E.on CEO on Job Cuts 'It Pains Me Too'

Johannes Teyssen, 51, is the CEO of E.on, Germany's largest utility company. In a SPIEGEL interview, he explains why he thinks the energy giant should shed 11,000 jobs across the world and what the impending nuclear phase-out means for the future.
Johannes Teyssen last week after informing workers of planned layoffs.

Johannes Teyssen last week after informing workers of planned layoffs.

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Interview conducted by Frank Dohmen and Dietmar Hawranek