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    Sir Stephen Tindall will step down from the board of The Warehouse, which he founded

    Sir Stephen Tindall will step down from the board of The Warehouse, which he founded


    The Warehouse says Tindall -- the company's biggest shareholder -- is retiring by rotation and will not seek re-election at the group's annual meeting on November 27.

    Another long-standing director, deputy chairman Keith Smith, is also resigning.

    Tindall -- who has been on a leave of absence from the board since 2017 -- will step down as director in November, after serving since 1982.

    Current board chair Joan Withers has thanked the pair for their efforts in governing the business through a period of ongoing change, increasing competition and massive technological developments.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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