BOSTON — With its losses narrowed and $10 million worth of stock available to reward key executives, Kmart has begun cherry-picking talent to fill top roles.

The Troy, Mich.-based discounter said Tuesday it has hired former Gap veteran Lisa Schultz as chief creative officer, a new position reporting to president and chief executive Julian Day.

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