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"They want the freedom to run their business as needed and don't need a Wall Street hot shot messing around with everything
When asked on Thursday whether he would be able to work well with J.C. Penney's current board, Questrom responded: “I can’t
J.C. Penney CEO Ron Johnson, the ill-fated chief executive officer tasked with engineering a turnaround, regularly addressed workers via internal broadcasts that only made him seem distant and out of touch according to insiders.
Johnson's 25-day broadcasts were supposed to generate a sense of momentum, as he pledged that J.C. Penney would reap rewards
Johnson’s vacillation on pricing took its toll on workers inside J.C. Penney stores across the country. Whenever Johnson
To leave the right lasting legacy executives need their version of a Labour Party just as Margaret Thatcher needed opposition to create hers.
(h/t Journal Sentinal) The "Today" show is not alone in making such errors. During the 2012 Republican primary election, Fox
The company better hope the strategy works. JCPenney suffered a 30 percent drop in revenue last quarter, capping off a year
JCPenney noted, "Mr. Johnson will assume the CEO position on Nov. 1, 2011, and report to Mr. Ullman, who will become executive