May 192012
 May 19, 2012  Posted by  Business, Non-U.S., Surveillance, Workplace

I’ve covered the allegations against IKEA in previous blog posts. From the time allegations were first made public in French media, things moved quickly. Now France24 reports:

Swedish furniture manufacturer IKEA said Friday that it was firing its risk management director and three former managers at its French division over allegations they paid for access to secret police files on staff and customers.

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