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Potash Corp. President and CEO Bill Doyle speaks with media following the company's annual general meeting at Teachers Credit Union Place in Saskatoon, Thursday, May 17, 2012. The Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. is bringing in a new president and CEO. The company says Jochen Tilk will take over from current CEO Bill Doyle effective July 1.
Potash Corp. President and CEO Bill Doyle speaks with media following the company's annual general meeting at Teachers Credit Union Place in Saskatoon, Thursday, May 17, 2012. The Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. is bringing in a new president and CEO. The company says Jochen Tilk will take over from current CEO Bill Doyle effective July 1.
(Liam Richards/CP)

Doyle’s exit from Potash well-timed – for him

Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan faces a future that is far more complicated than its illustrious recent past. The golden era of buoyant sales, tight supplies and soaring stock values are plainly in the rear-view mirror. And now after a tough year marked by plunging profits and steep cutbacks, the captain is leaving the ship just as it sails into even rougher waters.