R.H. Macy & Co. Corporate headquarters: New York. Chairman and chief executive officer: Myron E. Ullman. President and chief merchant: Roger N. Farah. Volume for fiscal year ended July 31, 1993: $6.3 billion. Divisions (headquarters, fiscal 1993 volume, chief executives, number of stores): Macy's East: New York; $3.4 billion; Arthur E. Reiner, chairman and chief executive officer; Burnett Donoho, vice chairman; David Suliteanu, president of stores; 59 stores. Macy's West/Bullocks: San Francisco; $2.4 billion; Michael Steinberg, chairman and chief executive officer; Daniel Edelman, vice chairman; Rudolph Borneo, president of stores; 31 Macy's, 20 Bullock's. I. Magnin: San Francisco; $329 million; Scott Bowman, president and chief executive officer; 12 stores. Specialty Stores Group: New York; $76 million; Richard Crystal, president; 84 stores under Aeropostale and Charter Club names. Macy's Close Out: New York; Ed Morenberg, president, 15 stores.
Federated Dept. Stores Corporate headquarters: Cincinnati. Chairman and chief executive officer: Allen I. Questrom. Vice chairman and chief financial officer: Ronald W. Tysoe. President: James Zimmerman. Volume for fiscal year ended Jan. 29, 1994: $7.2 billion. Divisions (headquarters, fiscal 1993 volume, chief executives, number of stores): Abraham & Straus/Jordan Marsh: Brooklyn, N.Y.; $1.4 billion; Harold Kahn, chairman and chief executive officer; Leonard Marcus, president and chief operating officer; 17 A&S units, 18 Jordan Marsh stores. Bloomingdale's: New York; $1.2 billion; Michael Gould, chairman and chief executive officer; Jeffrey Sherman, president; 16 stores. The Bon Marche: Seattle; $827 million; Thomas P. Harville, president and chief operating officer; 39 stores. Burdines: Miami; $1.2 billion; Howard Socol, chairman; J. David Scheiner, vice chairman; James E. Gray, president; 43 stores. Lazarus: Cincinnati; $965 million; Mark A. Cohen, chairman and chief executive officer; Jeremiah J. Sullivan, president; 40 stores. Rich's/Goldsmith's: Atlanta; $928 million; Russell Stravitz, chairman; Susan Kronick, president; 20 Rich's, five Goldsmith's. Stern's: Paramus, N.J.; $675 million; Matthew D. Serra, chairman and chief executive officer; 21 stores. Federated Merchandising Services: New York; Terry Lundgren, chairman and chief executive officer; Tom Cole, president.
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