Julian Geiger, the only chief executive officer in the history of Aéropostale Inc. and the chief architect of the growth and success of the teen retailer, will step down from his post at the end of the company’s current fiscal year on Jan. 31.
Geiger, who has been ceo of the specialty store chain since 1996, will continue to serve as chairman. He will be succeeded by two of the firm’s existing managers, Mindy Meads and Thomas Johnson, who will serve as co-ceo’s upon Geiger’s departure. On the same date, Michael J. Cunningham will be elevated to president and chief financial officer.
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