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Ex-Tuesday Morning CEO Claims She Was Fired Because She Has Cancer

August 6, 2012
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In June, Kathleen Mason lost her job as the CEO of Tuesday Morning, a home-furnishings chain. Now, she's claiming it's because her bosses found out she has breast cancer. Mason was ousted on June 5, shortly after the investment firm Becker Drapkin Management — which owns 5 percent of Tuesday Morning's common stock — wrote to Tuesday Morning's board of directors criticizing Mason's performance as chief executive....

 

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