The FBI have taken charge of investigations into the reported theft of $17m (£10.4m) worth of electronics allegedly stolen from Systemax-owned CompUSA by two brothers of fired exec Gilbert Fiorentino and other former employees. Only last month, the SEC confirmed it was looking into matters surrounding the departure of Fiorentino …
Couldn't have happened (allegedly) in a more predictable place.
"CompUSA loss prevention manager Ronald Lopez"
He should be fired as well, not exactly doing a good job is he?
Mmmmm, Friday pint.
Maybe he just needs a new title; "CompUSA loss manager."
Not so much...
I used to shop at CompUSA when they had a local store in my city. Judging from the prices they charged back then, that $17 million could be a couple of boxes of CAT5 cable, some laptop memory, and printer ink...
CompUSA is still around?
I thought they went belly-up around the same time as Commodore. Though if they've been stealing from the chain, that might explain why they went under whenever it was.
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