Laurie Black, one of the highest-profile and most influential retailers in the U.S. beauty market, has decided to call it a career after 35 years with Nordstrom Inc.
Black, 53, will step down April 1 as executive vice president and general merchandise manager of cosmetics at Nordstrom. “We are sad that she is retiring, but we are happy that she is able to do it on her own terms,” said Pete Nordstrom, president of merchandising at Nordstrom.
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