Former Vitamin Shoppe President and COO Michael G. Archbold has been named CEO of GNC, effective immediately, replacing Joseph Fortunato. Here’s why GNC made the change at the top.
It was a busy week for executive hirings: Target brought in a new chairman and CEO, and Walmart U.S. promoted its new president and CEO from within.
It’s not the big brands that are really moving the ecommerce needle in the space — it’s the smaller ones. Here’s a look at the lessons big behemoths like Amazon can learn from Threadless, TOMS Shoes and HauteLook.
eBay Inc. has named Craig Hayman as president of its eBay Enterprise business. Hayman will report to eBay Inc. President and CEO John Donahoe.
Teen and tween discounter Five Below announced today it has named Joel Anderson as president. Anderson was previously president and CEO of Walmart.com, according to a press release from Five Below.
Here’s something you don’t see every day – someone trading in her mortarboard for a proverbial executive cap. But four months after she began an internship with Bulu Box, Caitlin Bales became the company’s chief technology officer.
Following “extensive discussions,” with its board of directors, Gregg Steinhafel has stepped down as chairman, president and CEO of Target. The mass merchant has retained Korn Ferry to advise the board on a comprehensive CEO search.
Vergani most recently served as IBM’s vice president of European sales for the Global Process Services division.
In his new role, Blake Vaughn will oversee the Fifth Gear’s sales initiatives, go-to-market strategies, and marketing programs.
Rosen brings more than 20 years of retail and ecommerce leadership to Levi’s, most recently as senior vice president of global ecommerce at Walmart Stores Inc.