Shares of the retailer plunge after the company fires its CEO.
The former CEO came into a bad situation and made it worse. He was tone-deaf to customer wishes and too bold with big decisions.
Stocks are higher, but not by much, as earnings season has yet to really pick up.
He helped design the tech giant's iconic and highly profitable stores and is fresh on the market after a failed stint at JC Penney.
Earnings season kicks off with the aluminum maker surprising Wall Street. Also, JCPenney ousts CEO Ron Johnson.
Ron Johnson was widely criticized for forcing too many ill-conceived changes on customers. Now, his predecessor is coming back to calm the waters.
Fearing it will be barred from selling Martha Stewart-branded home goods, the retailer is working with Asian suppliers to restock.
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