Ann Iverson leaves Ashley

November 1997
Cabinet Maker;11/21/97, Issue 5065, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on the departure Ann Iverson as chief executive officer at Laura Ashley Holdings PLC. Chief operating officer David Hoare as Iverson's successor.


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