US: Hayne replaces Senk as Urban Outfitters CEO
By Richard Woodard | 11 January 2012
Urban Outfitters co-founder, chairman and president Richard Hayne is now also the company's CEO following the resignation of Glen Senk on Monday (9 January).
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