The chairman of German discount chain Lidl is departing the company over “differing views concerning the future strategy of the business,” according to the retailer, a division of the Schwarz Group. Karl-Heinz Holland had served as chairman of the company since 2008. CONNECT WITH SN ON LINKEDIN Join SN's LinkedIn Group to network with industry professionals. The company, which issued a brief statement on the change, did not elaborate on the nature of the dispute, nor ...

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