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Wine.com hires execs from Shutterly, Williams-Sonoma

BY Staff Writer

San Francisco — Wine.com, announced the addition of Peter Elarde as chief marketing officer and Greg Tatem as VP, engineering to the Wine.com executive team.

"We’re on a roll. Wine.com is profitable, growing, hiring and innovating," said Rich Bergsund, CEO. "Peter and Greg are bringing new energy and talent to our management team, and will be instrumental as we continue building Wine.com into a great company, great brand, and an exciting place to work."

Elarde most recently spent 10 years at Shutterfly in senior positions including chief marketing officer and head of product and user experience.

Tatem most recently spent three years at Williams-Sonoma, where he oversaw the e-commerce platform that served the company’s five brands.

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Weiss Markets names CEO

BY CSA STAFF

Sunbury, Pa. — Weiss Markets named Jonathan Weis as president and CEO. Weis, 46, will also retain his role as vice chairman of the chain.

Weis has been serving as the company’s interim CEO since David Hepfinger departed in September. He is the son of Robert F. Weis, who remains chairman of Weis Markets.

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Report: Data breach hits Tesco

BY Dan Berthiaume

Cheshunt, U.K. — Major British supermarket chain Tesco plc has reportedly been the victim of a data breach. According to CNBC, hackers have gained access to the personal data of more than 2,000 Tesco customers and posted it online.

Tesco has reportedly deactivated some customers’ online accounts after discovering their login information was posted on a text-sharing website. Hackers reportedly took online login data stolen in other breaches and discovered that many Tesco customers used the same information for their Tesco accounts as they did for other accounts.

In an email, a Tesco spokesperson told CNBC that the company has notified customers who are affected and will issue replacement vouchers.

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