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Shearer Said Heading to Clarins

It looks likely Philip Shearer is heading to Groupe Clarins.

Black Named CEO at KSA

Jerry Black, president of Kurt Salmon Associates' consumer products division, has become president and CEO of the consulting firm.

Keen on Simon Kneen: Banana Republic Taps New Creative Director

Banana Republic is getting serious about trading up. On Thursday, the fashion retailer appointed Simon Kneen.

In Brief: Pershing On Target... Cavanagh's Canopy...

Activist hedge fund firm Pershing Square Capital Management has purchased an additional stake in Target Corp., bringing its current ownership of the...

Burt Tansky of Neiman's Renews Contract

Neiman Marcus Group Inc. chief executive Burton M. Tansky, who always bristles at the notion of retiring and turns 70 next month, has renewed his contract...

Memo Pad: News Flash.. Stern Surfaces... Bye to BG...

Vogue isn't quite delving into a redesign, but it recently "tweaked" a few things, including a new section name (Flash), a revamped table of contents and...

Zale Taps Neal Goldberg as CEO

Neal Goldberg, a veteran of Macy's, Victoria's Secret and Gap Inc., has been named president and chief executive officer of Zale Corp., the $2.5 billion...

Malo Updated With Tradition in View

When 6267 duo Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi took Malo's creative reins in July 2006, they had carte blanche save for one aspect â¿¿ they had to...

In Brief: Medal Contender... Yarn Production Gains... Kathryn Conover Hire...

Valerie Hermann is making room on her mantelpiece for yet another accolade.

Generra's Ferlisi Tapped for Coach Post

Pina Ferlisi, creative director at contemporary brand Generra, has been named executive vice president of design at Coach Inc., a new post at the...

Bob Green, VP Sales, Departs St. John

Bob Green, vice president of sales at St. John, has left the Irvine, Calif., company.

In Brief: H&M Reports... Gottschalks' Wider Loss... Talmage Tapped For Solstice.

Hennes & Mauritz reported Monday that its sales in November accelerated 14 percent thanks to store openings.

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