Nov 202013
 November 20, 2013  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Non-U.S.

Fascinating development in a snooping case first reported last year. From BBC:

French prosecutors have opened formal investigations into directors of IKEA France over allegations that they snooped on employees and customers.

Chief executive Stefan Vanoverbeke, his predecessor Jean-Louis Baillo, and chief financial officer Dariusz Rychert were arrested on Monday.

They are accused of trying to obtain information on employees and customers from police files.

Read more on BBC. The Local (FR) has additional details.

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