NEW YORK — An attorney for bankrupt Kmart Corp. said Wednesday after a court hearing that a review of management practices by former executives will likely take until the end of the year to complete.
The stewardship review, prompted by anonymous letter writers, was expected to be completed by Labor Day. The attorney also said there will be legal actions against some former employees, but didn’t say who or even the basis for the potential lawsuits.
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