By and and  on April 15, 2013

NEW YORK — J.C. Penney Co. Inc. caught a break in its court battle with Macy’s Inc. over selling Martha Stewart products, and it’s a particularly timely gift for Penney’s new chief executive, Myron “Mike” Ullman 3rd.

The judge ruled Penney’s can sell unbranded products designed by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc., giving Ullman just the edge he needs when he meets with brands and suppliers in New York this week. It will be his first meetings with the Seventh Avenue crowd since taking over from the ousted Ron Johnson, and he’s bringing Liz Sweney, Penney’s chief merchant, along for the ride.

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