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By 2030, Lego aims to make all of its bricks from sustainable materials, such as sugar cane and wood.

Niels B. Christiansen, the company’s chief executive, wrote in a LinkedIn post that inventing the solution “is incredibly difficult and will take time.” However, the announcement has already generated kudos for the effort.

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The three companies are losing their chief executives, for reasons as vastly different as their business lines.

Credit Suisse Group AG’s former chief, Tidjane Thiam, resigned after taking the fall for a surveillance scandal involving the investment bank’s chief of operations and head of security, who later stepped down. Thiam will be replaced by Thomas Gottstein.

In a press release, Thiam said:

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