Warehouse boardroom shake-up sees Ted van Arkel to take over chair

Thu, 17 Oct 2013

Oct. 18 (BusinessDesk) - Warehouse Group, the country’s biggest listed retailer, will undergo a boardroom shuffle with two retirements at this year’s annual meeting, which will see veteran director Ted van Arkel take up the reins as chairman. The retailer’s current chairman Graeme Evans and director Janine Smith have signalled their respective retirements at the end of the annual meeting, and will be replaced by former Noel Leeming boss John Journee and ex-Air New Zealand general counsel Vanessa Stoddart, the Auckland-based company said in a...

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