Ed Emma, who has been with Jockey International Inc. for 21 years, will step aside as president and chief operating officer on Dec. 14 and turn the reins over to Byron Norfleet, who has been with the Wisconsin-based underwear giant since 2010.
Emma will take over the new role of consultant to the chief executive officer, Debra Waller, who is unaffected by the management change.
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