By Bob Johns
Frank Poore had some unfinished business when he returned to the company he founded, and it seems e-commerce is finally catching up to his vision.
Anyone who has been an entrepreneur knows how hard it is to sell the company and move on. Frank Poore found himself when he sold his company, CommerceHub, to Liberty Interactive in 2006. Although Poore remained on the board of the company, he was not involved in the day-to-day operations until returning to the management team in 2011. He recently moved to the CEO position when former CEO Steve Hamlin retired in December of 2012.
I recently had the chance to speak with Poore to see what inspired him to return to CommerceHub and how retail has changed since he first ran the company.
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