Tag Archives: Stephen Sadove

Sadove Joins Traub to Launch Traub Accelerator

Stephen Sadove

NEW YORK-Marvin Traub Associates has named Stephen Sadove, former Saks chairman and CEO, to introduce the Traub Accelerator, a new division targeted to grow innovative technologies, concepts and platforms in the retail  and consumer industries. In his new role, Sadove will serve as co-founder and head of Traub Accelerator, and will act as advisor toMore »

Last updated: June 10, 2014

Sadove Chosen to Chair Borderfree Advisory Board

Stephen Sadove

NEW YORK-Borderfree, a global e-commerce company, has named Stephen Sadove, former chairman and CEO of Saks Inc., as chairman of its newly created advisory board. Borderfree provides management for all aspects of international online retailing, including localized pricing and payment processing, landed cost calculation, customs clearance and brokerage, fraud management, logistics orchestration and customer-experience parity.More »

Last updated: April 14, 2014

Sadove Named to J.C. Penney Board

Stephen Sadove

PLANO, Texas-Stephen Sadove, current chairman and CEO of Saks Inc., has been elected to the J.C. Penney board of directors. Sadove will be leaving his post with Saks when the retailer’s merger with Hudson’s Bay Co. is finalized, at which time he will begin his role on the J.C. Penney board. He joined Saks asMore »

Last updated: October 9, 2013

Harrods’ McKee to Become Saks President

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TORONTO-Hudson’s Bay Co. has named Marigay McKee, chief merchant of U.K. department store Harrods, president of Saks Fifth Avenue, which Hudson’s Bay is in the process of acquiring. The appointment will take effect when Hudson’s Bay closes on its Saks acquisition, which is expected to take place at the end of the calendar year. TheMore »

Last updated: September 17, 2013

Sadove, Frasch to Exit Saks After Hudson’s Bay Merger

Stephen Sadove

NEW YORK-When Saks’ merger with Hudson’s Bay Co. is finalized, the retailer’s chairman and CEO, Stephen Sadove, and president and chief merchant, Ronald Frasch, will leave the company, according to a Saks statement. The planned merger, which was announced in July, is expected to be completed by the end of the calendar year. The statementMore »

Last updated: September 16, 2013