No takers on Fakta top job

Discount supermarket chain Fakta has now gone an entire year without anyone running the show. The company’s intensive search for a new director has run into one small snag: no-one wants the job. A report in Berlingske today said that several candidates have been offered the position but have turned it down. Jesper Lien, an administrator at parent company COOP, has been running Fakta since its previous director stepped down one year ago. Industry analysts speculated that what they called a “revolving door” in management at COOP over the past few years has prospects skittish about taking the Fakta job. – Berlingske





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