US: Goodman departs as Sears' head of apparel
By Leonie Barrie | 13 January 2012
US department store retailer Sears Holdings Corporation today (13 January) confirmed to just-style that John Goodman, its executive vice president of apparel and home, has left the company - paving the way for an executive shake-up in its clothing business.
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