Swindle departs FTC
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Orson Swindle has been "committed to providing a voice to those consumers least able to protect themselves from fraud" during his eight-year tenure as FTC commissioner, says FTC Chairman Deborah Platt Majoras June 29. Swindle, whose resignation became effective June 30, "will be greatly missed, but I am certain that consumers will continue to benefit from his tireless advocacy - delivered with his trademark combination of fervor, warmth, and humor - for many years to come," Majoras adds. Swindle announced his resignation in May...
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