May 21- Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc said Chief Executive Robert Lynch had resigned unexpectedly, even as the company continues to face fire over reports that it sourced flooring laminates with excessive levels of a known carcinogen. Lynch took over as Lumber Liquidators' CEO in January 2012. Lumber Liquidators named founder Thomas Sullivan as acting CEO...» Read More
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