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Houston Men's Wearhouse on Thursday said it will shuffle two positions in a realignment. Doug Ewert will become president and continue to serve as COO. He was formerly executive VP and COO.
In addition, Charlie Bresler will become executive VP of marketing and human resources. He was formerly president.
Earlier this month, Men's Wearhouse lowered its fourth-quarter earnings guidance due to low traffic at stores in the U.S. and Canada.