Uno bosses face disqualification

March 2002
Cabinet Maker;3/22/2002, Issue 5279, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the involvement of five former directors of Uno Corp. over disqualification proceedings of the Manchester High Court in England. Involvement of merchandising director Elvin Isaacs in the controversy; Ground of the accusation against the directors.


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