Owners slate seeks seats on Ace board

December 2007
Home Channel News;12/17/2007, Vol. 33 Issue 16, p3
The article focuses on the plan of forming an independent slate of owner candidates by Ace Hardware owner-members to run for board of directors at the co-op's annual stockholders' meeting in June in Chicago. According to the author, the members have pointed two major events as the impetus of their action. He added that the events are the aborted plan to convert the co-op into a member-owner corporation and the announcement of the $154 million accounting error.


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