Ace Hardware has announced a second big-box home improvement executive hire this week, recruiting Lisa Doyle from Lowe’s to serve as its new head of retail training. Doyle previously was vice president of learning and development at Lowe’s, according to a June 22 statement from Ace. The cooperative previously announced the hire of former Home Depot executive John Sommers Jr. on June 19. Sommers replaces Frank Carroll as Ace’s vice president of merchandising.
Even More Closures Mean Sears Store Count Will Drop 20 PercentThe number of stores Sears Holdings is closing has risen to 265, Business Insider reports June 22. That new total is nearly 20 percent of the 1,405 stores Sears reported it was operating as of Jan. 28, which was the close of the retailer’s 2016 fiscal year. The stores Sears Holdings has slated for closure include both Kmart and Sears locations, according to reporting from Business Insider.
Ace Hardware Corp. has hired former Home Depot executive John Sommers Jr. to serve as the co-op’s vice president of merchandising. Sommers, who starts with Ace on July 10, is a 23-year veteran of Home Depot and has worked in a variety of positions in merchandising, store environment and new store development. He replaces Frank Carroll at Ace, who was vice president of merchandising prior to leaving the cooperative May 12 to become CEO of manufacturer Broan-NuTone.
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