Caretaker Carreker

Francis, Bob
May 2003
Fort Worth Business Press;5/16/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 20, p1
Features James D. Carreker, non-executive chairman of Fort Worth, Texas-based retailer Bombay Co. Reason of Carreker for accepting the position; Contributions of Carreker to the performance growth of the retailer; Details of changes implemented at Bombay under Carreker.


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