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Shuffle Board: Old Navy Names New Marketing Exec, Target Searching for Digital Head

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Target’s chief digital officer Jason Goldberger departed suddenly from his position this week. Chief information officer Mike McNamara and chief marketing officer Mike Triton will divide Goldberger’s responsibilities until a replacement is found.

Neiman Marcus

Neiman Marcus appointed Carrie Fisher as its new senior vice president and chief marketing officer, effective Oct. 3. Fisher joins Neiman Marcus from Fossil Group, where she was the accessory brand’s SVP and CMO. In her new role, she will oversee the creative organizations for Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus and Last Call.

Old Navy

Jamie Gersch was named Old Navy’s new vice president of marketing, effective at the end of October. In her new role, Gersch will be responsible for accelerating the brand’s market presence and communication strategy. Previously, she served as CMO at Charlotte Russe. She also held past leadership roles at Gap Inc., including senior director of global advertising and director of advertising at Gap.

American Eagle Outfitters

American Eagle Outfitters appointed Bob Madore as its new executive vice president and chief financial officer. In his new position, Madore will be responsible for allocation, finance, merchandise planning and investor relations at the company. His resume includes stints at New York and Company, Nine West Group and Ralph Lauren.

Lands’ End

Lands’ End chief executive officer and board director Federica Marchionni resigned from the company Monday. The board selected CMO Joseph Boitano and CFO James Gooch as co-interim CEOs until a replacement is found.

John Lewis

John Lewis managing director Andy Street is stepping down from his position. Street, who worked with John Lewis for over 30 years, is running as the Conservative Party candidate for the office of West Midlands Mayor. The company has not yet announced a replacement.

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