By: Jim Rice, Managing Director of Supporting Strategies It was an expensive lesson for California auto dealer Danny McKenna. He found that two of his most trusted employees had systematically drained $600,000 from his five dealerships. The guilty parties “had been there a long time and had earned his immense trust,” McKenna told Automotive News. “Now I don’t dog-pile all …
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