Walgreens Boots Alliance has named Francesco Tinto global chief information officer and senior vice president at the company.
International Market Centers has added to its Las Vegas Market leasing team. Elizabeth Moss, a 17-year industry veteran, has joined the team and two existing members— Priscila Gilburg and Michelle Karol— will assume additional category responsibilities.
In a letter to shareholders sent by board chairman Patrick Gaston and interim CEO Mary Winston, Bed Bath & Beyond stated it was advancing on its strategic objectives including consolidation of non-core business at a time when there is speculation that the company will begin to sell at least some assets.
Nordstrom will continue its expansion in New York City by adding two more service hubs under its Nordstrom Local concept.
Neiman Marcus has appointed Lana Todorovich to president and chief merchandising officer. She will report to Neiman Marcus Group CEO Geoffroy van Raemdonck.
Zoku has introduced the Neat Stack food storage container lineup, which is designed for taking meals or snacks to work, school or on the road.
According to Coresight Research’s Holiday 2019: U.S. Shopper Survey, tariffs have become an issue for consumers in the U.S. who are evaluating year-end gift spending, and their thinking may throw a dark cloud over the season’s prospects.
Pottery Barn Teen has unveiled a licensed home décor collection inspired by the world of the “Fantastic Beasts” film series. The collection of over 30 pieces features hand-drawn prints and iconic symbols from the Wizarding World available exclusively at the retailer.
Kraft Heinz, the global food and beverage company known for its portfolio of iconic household brands, has selected global brand consultancy Brand Central for a licensing program to extend the company’s best-selling brands into new lifestyle, food and beverage consumer product categories.
Sally Beauty has appointed Pamela Kohn as svp/chief merchandising officer, with an expected start date of October 1, 2019.