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Former Zurich Insurance boss Martin Senn kills himself
ZURICH Former Zurich Insurance (ZURN.S) boss Martin Senn has committed suicide six months after leaving the company under a cloud, a tragedy that comes less than three years after Zurich's finance chief took his own life.
Former Zurich Insurance boss kills himself  
Former Zurich Insurance boss commits suicide  
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