Roland Alter is a professor of business studies at the University of Heilbronn who researches the effects of chronic penny-pinching on the economy. We talk to him about Anton Schlecker, whose cost-cutting was the ruin of his family business.
Anton Schlecker, the founder of the once ubiquitous European drugstore chain, has been sentenced to two years probation for crimes in connection with the insolvency of his company in 2012.
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