US: Former clothing execs face fraud charges
By just-style.com | 15 June 2010
Christopher Finazzo, the former executive vice president and chief merchandising officer of US retailer Aeropostale, and Douglas Dey, the owner of South Bay Apparel, previously a major supplier of Aeropostale, face charges of mail and wire fraud, money laundering conspiracy, and conspiracy to violate the travel act.
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