RetailMetro's Nurse moves to Latin beat

Carroll, Brian
October 2002
Furniture/Today;10/14/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p122
Trade Publication
Reports on the career change of Jeremy Nurse from chief executive officer of business-to-business Internet company RetailMetro Inc. to dance instructor in Washington. Cause of career change due to the bankruptcy of RetailMetro Inc.; Interest of Nurse on human relation; Career history.


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