NEW YORK — Hartmarx Corp. on Monday closed the books on a turnaround year and, it hopes, on a nasty accounting scandal involving its International Women’s Apparel division.
In doing so, the Chicago-based firm, best known for its men’s tailored clothing, named Steve Weiner chief executive officer of its International Women’s Apparel unit, succeeding Thomas Hall, who continues as president. Weiner retains his responsibilities as group president and chief operating officer of HMX Tailored. His duties at HMX Tailored will be relinquished by the end of the fiscal year in November as Hartmarx streamlines all men’s tailored clothing operations, except for Hickey Freeman, into a single operating unit.
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