All Retail articles – Page 10

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    Lumber Liquidators to pay $33M for securities fraud


    Lumber Liquidators Holdings, a discount retailer of hardwood flooring, will pay a total of $33 million in criminal and regulatory penalties for misleading investors concerning the sale of its laminate flooring from China to its customers in the United States.

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    Q&A: Five questions with a TPRM specialist


    Abercrombie & Fitch Senior Compliance Counsel Rob Seibel, a specialist when it comes to the implementation of a third-party risk management program, discusses trends and challenges around managing risks with third parties.

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    Ted Baker launches probe into CEO ‘hugs’


    Ray Kelvin, the founder of fashion retailer Ted Baker, stands accused of giving unwanted hugs to employees and has stepped down temporarily amid an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct against him.

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    Forrest Deegan: The great collaborator


    When Forrest Deegan joined Abercrombie & Fitch Co. in 2012 as its first-ever director of compliance, he never could have imagined the many unexpected twists and turns that would come his way.

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    Cindy Moehring: The catalyst for change


    Cindy Moehring, Walmart’s head of compliance, runs a program as ambitious as Walmart itself, requiring diligence, innovation, relatability, and the courage to make hard calls.

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    Kurt Drake: The integration master


    Before joining Kimberly-Clark as its chief ethics and compliance officer in 2016, Kurt Drake already had more than 20 years of global ethics and compliance and finance experience.

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    Steve Naughton: Evolving with the profession


    Steve Naughton has held high-profile compliance and ethics jobs at Pepsi and Kimberly-Clark. As he moves onto a new challenge, he reflects upon a career that has continually evolved and the changing corporate mindset regarding compliance.