Weak retail traffic and fewer sales at Sears hurt Lands’ End Inc. during the peak holiday season.
According to Lands’ End president and CEO Edgar Huber, the company is well positioned to continue executing against its strategic initiatives to drive long-term sales and earnings growth.
Newly separated from Sears Holdings, Lands' End reported respectable sales growth during a first quarter that saw it vow to become a global lifestyle brand.
Nearly two months after Sears set it free, Lands' End has named Steven Rado as SVP, chief marketing officer.
Lands’ End will offer free shipping to all customers on purchases more than $50 as part of its standard customer offerings. U.S. customers will also have the option to upgrade to two-day UPS shipping for $5.
Sears Holdings announced that Edgar Huber has joined the company as CEO and president of Lands' End.
Liz Claiborne said Friday that Edgar Huber, CEO of Juicy Couture, will be assuming a new position as executive VP global business development for Liz Claiborne, effective Feb. 14.