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Home > News & Views > In the Press > Berkeley’s Hadley Baldwin talks to the FT about the potential impact of the Philip Green accusations
Source: Financial Times
How the Philip Green accusations could affect his fashion empire
Hadley Baldwin at the Berkeley Partnership said the personal conduct of senior executives usually had little bearing on customer perception. “But with ‘celebrity’ executives the news reach is much broader and it could affect sales initially,” he said, adding that “consumers’ memories can be shortlived where it’s convenient”.
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