Liddell is heading Trump's strategic development group. After there were reports of threats by New Zealand customers to drop the company's cloud-based software because of Liddell's move, CEO Rod Drury, said Xero has no political view.Last modified on Monday, 23 January 2017
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Xero Replaces Chair
Xero has named Graham Smith as its chair. The executive replaces Chris Liddell, who resigned to join the administration of president Donald Trump. Liddell told the New Zealand-based company that accepting the job required him to resign the position he has held for three years.