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Burt Tansky

Burt Tansky's Mentors
and Protégés

The Neiman's ceo was influenced by a few key merchants during his career, while cultivating much retail talent himself once he reached the top.

Burt Tansky

Burt Tansky: Master of Fantasy

One rule governs the Christmas Book: Make it the best.

Burt Tansky: A CEO
With a Laser Focus

An executive who combines a merchant’s enthusiasm with a strong financial acumen.

Jeannette Tansky

Burt Tansky's Journey

The Neiman Marcus ceo got his first job at age 12, worked for 60 years straight and is retiring at age 72. Here are highlights of his career.

Burt Tansky

Burt Tansky: Riding
the Luxury Wave

The retiring ceo of Neiman Marcus discusses his five decades in retailing.

Saks to Close Southampton Unit on Saturday

Southampton store shutters as part of the retailer's intensified program to weed out weak units.

Uniqlo Sept Comps Fall 24.7%

Unusually hot weather once again hurts business.

Belk, Tim Belk

Belk Rebrands for the Future

The $3.5 billion Belk Inc. wants to flaunt the hipper, modern side of its southern charm.

Barneys to Close Two Co-ops

Two units will close next year, in the Houston Galleria in January and the Westchester Mall in White Plains, New York in late February or March.

Kohl’s Opens 21 Stores

Department store chain Kohl’s Corp. said it unveiled 21 units in 15 states on Wednesday.

argyleculture, russell simmons, macy's

Macy's Relaunches Simmons' ArgyleCulture

Russell Simmons says he feels the brand is in a good place now, and consumers are, too.

Penney's Sets Aggressive Store Opening Plan

Penney's long term plans call for opening 75 new stores by 2014.

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