Rhett Ross, CEO and president of Continental Aerospace Technologies, the Mobile, Alabama-based aircraft engine-maker, plans to retire and become an entrepreneur. During his 12-year tenure, Ross led the company through a recession, the sale to China’s AVIC International Holdings and the acquisition of five business to add technology and product lines. He also recently championed the construction of a $75 million manufacturing facility in Mobile.

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