ARNDORFER LEAVES NIKE FOR POST AT COLE-HAAN
NEW YORK — Tom Arndorfer has left Nike as director of global strategic planning to join one of its subsidiaries, Cole-Haan, as chief operating officer.
Nike has not yet named a replacement for Arndorfer, a Nike spokeswoman said.
He is based at Cole-Haan’s corporate offices in Yarmouth, Maine, and reports to Matt Rubel, chairman and chief executive officer. In his new role, Arndorfer, 36, will oversee the company’s finance, distribution, management information systems and customer service operations.
He replaces John Donnelly, who left the company in April.
Cole-Haan manufacturers accessories and footwear for women and men.