Ross Stores said that Bernie Brautigan, president, merchandising of Ross Dress for Less since 2016, is leaving the company. Senior merchant executives under his areas of responsibility will now report to CEO Barbara Rentler.
Tuesday Morning has appointed Paul Metcalf as acting chief merchant, effective immediately.
During the third quarter, Hudson’s Bay continued to reposition its department store business even as its off-price Saks Off 5th operation generated positive comps in a period when the company’s luxury customers were bargain shopping.
For the third quarter, TJX kept rolling, pointing to customer traffic as driving its earnings and sales performance as the off-price retailer positioned its holiday marketing campaigns for the fourth quarter.
Off-price retailer Century 21 Stores has opened a limited engagement pop-up store in the heart of Herald Square in New York City. The Century 21 Herald Square Holiday Pop-Up will be located at 50 W. 34th Street and its red doors opened on Friday, November 1 through January 11, 2020.
First quarter comparable store sales at Tuesday Morning were down as officials with the retailer pinned the decline on a reduced store count and the negative impact of several weather events including Hurricane Dorian.
Burlington Stores has appointed John Crimmins chief financial officer.
Macy’s brought together nearly 800 brand partners in New York City to discuss general industry trends, business highlights, strategic programs and brand innovations, and also update key growth initiatives.