Ted Baker founder Ray Kelvin will have a role to play in the running of the business for the first time since he quit as boss amid a “forced hugging” scandal.
Kelvin, who continues to own almost 12% of the fashion retailer, stood down in March last year amid allegations of inappropriate behaviour towards staff.
But he will now have a say in business decisions for the first time in almost two years through what Ted Baker called a new “relationship agreement”.
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