By  on September 21, 2017

The changes just keep coming at Tiffany & Co. — and this time the famed jeweler has tapped one of the most admired executives in fashion to help in its turnaround efforts. On Thursday, Tiffany named Roger Farah chairman, effective Oct. 2.

Farah assumes the role after six months of turmoil at the company, which has seen repeated declines in comparable store sales, as well as a change in designers and the ousting of its chief executive officer. Tiffany also has had to deal with activist investors, Jana Partners and former Bulgari chief executive officer Francesco Trapani, who together own 5.1 percent of the firm.

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