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Tuesday Morning Appoints Acting CFO

BY CSA STAFF

Dallas Tuesday Morning Corp. announced Tuesday that Michael J. Marchetti, currently executive VP and COO, will become the company’s acting CFO, secretary and treasurer effective Jan. 16. Marchetti will fill the position made available by the Dec. 5 resignation of Elizabeth A. Schroeder, which becomes effective Jan. 15.

Marchetti, 50, joined Tuesday Morning in Feb. 2001 as senior VP, strategic planning and was promoted to executive VP, operations in Feb. 2002. In April 2003, Marchetti was promoted to COO.

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Joe’s Sports taps ex-Bass Pro pres. as ceo

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WILSONVILLE, Ore. Hal Smith, former president of Bass Pro Shops, has been named president and ceo of Joe’s Sports & Outdoor, a Northwest sporting goods retailer.

Smith most recently served as evp pf Pep Boys. In addition to serving as president of Bass Pro Shops, he has served as president/ceo of several other leading companies, Joe’s Sports & Outdoor reported.

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Wakefern to use IBM POS systems

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ARMONK, N.Y. Wakefern is working with IBM to deploy advanced IBM point-of-sale systems, software and infrared touch displays at ShopRite stores, the companies announced Friday.

Wakefern will install IBM’s SurePOS Application Client/Server Environment, an application that optimizes customer service and improves reliability at the point-of-sale system, the companies reported. Wakefern will also use IBM’s Store Integrator on the IBM 4690 operating system.

ShopRite stores also will be upgraded with IBM SurePOS 700 POS terminals and servers and IBM SurePoint 4820 Touch displays at all check-out lanes.

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