By  on November 4, 2013

Newman-Redford. Batman-Robin. Sadove-Frasch.

In retailing, it’s been a great fit. Stephen I. Sadove — the marketing and consumer products whiz who turned retailer in 2004 when he found himself in the role of Saks Fifth Avenue’s chief operating officer, and two years later, chairman and chief executive officer to fill the leadership void and stabilize the business. And Ron Frasch, a consummate merchant whose strong connections to designers kept Saks in the game through difficult times. Frasch has been Saks’ president and chief merchant since February 2007. He joined in 2004 in a non-merchant role due to a non-compete agreement with his previous employer, Bergdorf Goodman.

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