Clarks CEO steps down after 10 months in role as strike drags on

Clarks

The embattled British shoemaker Clarks said that its chief executive, Victor Herrero, has stepped down after only months in the job to take on “broader” responsibilities at its private equity parent firm. The announcement comes amid an ongoing strike by workers at the company’s Westway warehouse in Somerset over controversial ...

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