J. Crew said Scott Rosen resigned as chief financial officer and executive vice president of the company to pursue other opportunities. The New York-based specialty retailer said Nicholas Lamberti, its vice president and corporate controller, will serve as interim cfo while it looks for a permanent replacement. Rosen has been cfo since 1998 and was executive vice president since 1999. Before becoming cfo, he had been cfo of Crew’s mail-order division for four years.

This story first appeared in the August 12, 2003 issue of WWD.  Subscribe Today.

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