I was intrigued to read about the reorganization at Liz Claiborne yesterday. The five group president positions have been eliminated, with two people staying on in senior roles and two of the others leaving the company. The future of the fifth, Thomas-Graham, isn’t clear.
Liz Claiborne says it’s “discussing the possibility of other opportunities within the organization” for her. I’ll be very curious to see where she ends up, having written a piece about her time at CNBC before she took the job.
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