By  on May 23, 2019

Nordstrom isn’t making any excuses for its weak first-quarter showing and promises new tactics to “change the fortunes.”

“We’ve gotten off to a difficult start. The big news is there is big, big part of the year left and we have some exciting things ahead,” said Pete Nordstrom, copresident of $16 billion Nordstrom Inc., addressing shareholders at the annual meeting Thursday in Seattle.

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