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Bud Bergren to Retire as Bon-Ton CEO

He has agreed to remain in his position until the company hires a successor and an “orderly transition” takes place.

Kramer Leaves Kellwood for J.C. Penney

He starts at the retail chain on December 5th and joins another former Apple executive, Dan Walker, on the operations team.

Roopal Patel Said Leaving Neiman Marcus

Longtime fashion executive reportedly heading to new web site.

WWD CEO Summit: A First Look

The summit has been themed “Brand Everywhere” and has assembled one of the most diverse rosters of speakers in the forum’s 15-year history.

Dov Charney

Marty Staff Exits American Apparel

Chief business development officer departs after only seven months.

Vicki Cantrell,

Vicki Cantrell Joins NRF, Will Head

Former Tory Burch executive will provide strategic direction and management of as well as oversee communities unit.

Saks Off 5th Taps Peter Rizzo for SVP Post

The post of senior vice president and creative director, merchandising, is a new role within Saks Inc.’s burgeoning off-price division.

LIM College, Jill Granoff, MBA students, CEO Rountable

Granoff's Top Ten for LIM's MBA Students

The former Kenneth Cole chief executive officer spoke to MBA students Thursday night as part of the college’s CEO Roundtable Series.

Christopher Burch, C. Wonder, Monika Chiang, Electric Love Army, Kelly Cutrone, Poppin, No. 9 Christopher

Christopher Burch Plots Slew of Ventures

Armed with a series of high-profile retail projects, Burch has stepped firmly into the spotlight.

Allen Burke Retires From QVC

Wednesday will be the last day in Burke’s 45-year retailing career, the last 14 of which he spent at the home shopping network based in West Chester, Pa.

Harold Leppo,

Harold Leppo, Former Lord & Taylor Head, Dies at 74

During his tenure, Harold “Hal” Leppo was instrumental in the chain’s expansion from a regional to a national operation.

BRAG, Mary J. Blige, Simone Smith, Daymond John

BRAG Event Honors Five Retail Executives

The takeaway message for all attendees of the Black Retail Action Group’s annual gala in Manhattan was one of inclusiveness.

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