Rescue teams are acid for one of Germany’s richest men, who has left blank while skiing in a Swiss Alps.
Karl-Erivan Haub, successor to a Tengelmann supermarket chain, did not lapse from an off-piste skiing speed nearby a Matterhorn on Saturday.
A Tengelmann mouthpiece reliable on Wednesday that a “full-speed” hunt was underway for Mr Haub.
The 58-year-old billionaire has been in assign of a organisation given 2000.
It owns several supermarket brands in Germany and Central Europe.
In a minute published in a German journal Handelsblatt, the supermarket boss’ brother, Christian Haub, pronounced he was an gifted skiier and mountaineer.
He pronounced he was still carefree his hermit would be found, though that a Haub family – one of Germany’s wealthiest – was “prepared” for bad news.
If Mr Haub could not be located, “the business will continue to run uniformly and orderly”, he added.