NEW YORK — Amid news of a first-quarter profit decline, The Sports Authority said late Tuesday that president and chief merchandising officer Elliott Kerbis was leaving the company.
The Englewood, Colo.-based sport retailer said in a statement that Kerbis had resigned to “spend more time with his family,” and that it would “actively pursue” a successor. In the interim, Doug Morton, vice president and chief executive officer, will oversee Kerbis’ responsibilities.
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