Michael Gould, after 22 years leading Bloomingdale’s and elevating the brand through unprecedented expansion, new formats and both contemporary and upscale product offerings, is stepping down as chairman and chief executive officer and handing the baton to Tony Spring, his handpicked successor.
Spring, president and chief operating officer, will become Bloomingdale’s chairman and ceo on Feb. 1. Spring has spent his entire career at Bloomingdale’s.
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