Dentco names national sales manager
Dewitt, Mich. — Dentco, a leading exterior services management company, has appointed David Arthur to serve as its new national sales manager.
Arthur comes to Dentco with 12 years of sales experience, which includes direct sales, product knowledge, forecasting, and vendor relation proficiency. More recently, Arthur was an architectural sales manager for six years, in which he coordinated sales for commercial jobs, negotiated pricing, and managed marketing efforts.
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Report: Judge to review J.C. Penney-Martha Stewart contract situation
Plano, Texas — Legal wrangling about J.C. Penney Co. selling Martha Stewart-branded home goods is reportedly continuing. According to The Motley Fool, a hearing has been scheduled for Sept. 25 to review allegations in the New York Post that J.C. Penney plans to terminate its contract with Martha Stewart Living.
A long-running lawsuit centers on whether Penney had the right to develop in-store Martha Stewart-branded boutiques it planned in 2011, but never built. Lawyers for Macy’s say the boutiques violated an exclusivity agreement, while layers for Martha Stewart Living and J.C. Penney say the contract Macy’s drafted for Martha Stewart Living was vague and poorly written, leaving room for other retailers to sell some products.
New York State Supreme Court Justice Jeffrey Oing is expected to deliver a verdict in the case shorty. However, if J.C. Penney does intend to end its Martha Stewart Living contract, that could affect how he rules.
This guy can not make up his mind. Reports have it he saw something on TV, read it, that JCP has dumped MS? Is this how the court system works in NY? Doesn't JCP have lawyers where they could sent the judge a note they want out and jump start things? He seems over friendly to JCP at Macy's expense. He bring anything he see outside of court into a case before him? What a legal system they have in NY. Let's see, Ronnie boy knew he was pulling a fast one, MS mini shops are manned by JCP employees, they stock, restock it, JCP sets the prices, they keep up with inventory, they ring up MS sales anywhere in the store. Let us take a Sephora in a JCP store, this is operated by Sephora employees, stock, inventory control by them, sales rung up by them. See the difference? Stewart's crap is no more a mini store then Walmart grouping Campbell's soup on an end cap and building fancy shelving for it and claiming it was a mini store and is somehow legally special. There is a difference in leasing space within a building, I think they call it a mall, and windows like displays labeled mini stores located within a retailer. To allow any retailer to define a grouping display of products by designer name, company name, Logo, whatever, and allow that alone to define it as a separate operating entity, within the store, use it as legal leverage, is insane. JCP problems were created by JCP's boy genius and a board of directors that for some reason couldn't function. Wonder if that smile is off old Ronnie boy? One may smile and smile and still be a villain.
HSN appoints TPG Capital advisor to board
St. Petersburg, Fla. — HSN has appointed Matthew Rubel, senior advisor with TPG Capital, to its board of directors.
Rubel previously served as chairman, president and CEO of Collective Brands, where he worked from 2005-2011. Before that, his executive roles included serving as president and CEO of Cole Haan from 1999 to 2005, as well as serving as executive VP of J. Crew Group and CEO of Popular Club Plan.
Rubel is also a member of the board of directors of Supervalu Inc. and serves as chairman of its Leadership Development and Compensation Committee. He is also a director and serves as chairman of the Governance Committee for Hudson’s Bay Company.
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