US: JC Penney taps Beja Miller for store centre strategy
By Petah Marian | 5 March 2012
US department-store operator JC Penney has appointed Laurie Beja Miller as executive vice president of The Square, the new core of its revamped stores that will be a centre for entertainment and various attractions.
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