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Top One Kings Lane Exec Left the Company 'Abruptly'

Photo: One Kings Lane
Photo: One Kings Lane

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Re/code is reporting that home decor startup One Kings Lane is going through more turmoil. Andrea Stanford, one of the company's most senior executives, "left abruptly" last week, and her departure was later confirmed by the site.

Stanford helped launch the since-shuttered resale sister site Hunter's Alley, and had five years of experience working with One Kings Lane co-founder and chief merchandising officer Susan Feldman. She was responsible for furniture and home décor sold in the company's vintage and antique categories.
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