Amazon.com was founded way back in 1994, and for decades it was known as the internet’s one-stop-shop for buying practically anything you can imagine at an affordable price and having it delivered right to your doorstep. But since the New York Times exposé, which outlined Amazon’s questionable employment practices, Amazon has come under quite a […]
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On the back of its share price falling by over 25 per cent inside six months, online clothing and apparel retailer Asos has revealed founder Nick Robertson is standing down from his role as CEO – handing the reins over to the company’s CFO.
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