US: True Religion not to extend CEO contract past June
By Petah Marian | 5 March 2013
True Religion's stock price has jumped on the news that it does not plan to extend chairman, CEO and creative director Jeffrey Lubell's employment contract as it continues to explore "strategic alternatives" for the company.
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