Eric Steigerwalt, executive vice president of MetLife’s U.S. Retail division, in April 2015 announced the company created more than 1,500 new jobs in Charlotte, as part of the establishment of a headquarters for its U.S. Retail division. The company on Tuesday said it plans to separate much of its Charlotte-based retail business as CEO Steve Kandarian works to shrink the company to limit federal oversight.
Eric Steigerwalt, executive vice president of MetLife’s U.S. Retail division, in April 2015 announced the company created more than 1,500 new jobs in Charlotte, as part of the establishment of a headquarters for its U.S. Retail division. The company on Tuesday said it plans to separate much of its Charlotte-based retail business as CEO Steve Kandarian works to shrink the company to limit federal oversight. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
Eric Steigerwalt, executive vice president of MetLife’s U.S. Retail division, in April 2015 announced the company created more than 1,500 new jobs in Charlotte, as part of the establishment of a headquarters for its U.S. Retail division. The company on Tuesday said it plans to separate much of its Charlotte-based retail business as CEO Steve Kandarian works to shrink the company to limit federal oversight. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

MetLife says it’s looking to separate Charlotte-based retail business

January 12, 2016 04:59 PM

UPDATED January 12, 2016 07:30 PM

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