Diebold/Nixdorf’s CEO resigned Wednesday. The moves comes as the company is expecting a loss of up to $140 million this year.
In a prepared statement, the Diebold/Nixdorf board credited CEO Andy Mattes with transforming the company’s strategy. It complimented him on the merger he engineered with former competitor Windcor/Nixdorf to create the world’s largest ATM company.
But, it asked for his resignation.