NEW YORK — Limited Stores, the weak link in the specialty chains operated by Limited Brands, has a new chief executive, Charles Turlinski. He succeeds Jeff Sherman, who resigned Thursday after 18 months at the helm.
Turlinski is an operations executive with a long history of specialty store turnaround experience, as opposed to Sherman, whose background was largely working at Bloomingdale’s, where he served for many years as president. When Sherman joined Limited Stores in March 2002, the move was considered a career stretch and a challenging assignment, considering Limited Stores hadn’t turned a profit since the mid-Nineties.
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