St. John

J.C. Penney is reverting to its classic logo in a move to appeal to loyal — and likely lapsed – customers. Under former CEO Ron Johnson, the logo and company name was updated to simply jcp. That logo, introduced to much fanfare in early 2012, featured a square red frame, with "jcp" in a blue box in the top, left-hand corner — reminiscent of an American flag. The frame was used throughout J.C. Penney's stores and marketing. Scrapping the logo is just the latest attempt to roll back the former CEO's initiatives. 

J.C. Penney Co. (JCP) aims to reverse its “huge miss” with core customers last year by expanding private-label lines such as St. John’s Bay and reviving promotions, said Chief Financial Officer Ken Hannah. “We’ve done a number of things inside the...

/PRNewswire/ -- The Jones Group Inc. ("Jones," the "Company") (NYSE: JNY) today announced that it has named George Sharp Executive Vice President of Design, a newly created position. Mr. Sharp will report to Stefani Greenfield, Chief Creative Officer, and will work across all brands. "George is an exceptional talent who brings tremendous experience and knowledge to The Jones Group," said Stefani Greenfield, Chief Creative Officer of The Jones Group. "He will work closely with all of our brands to ensure that great design leads the process by which our brands enter the market." Mr. Sharp brings more than 25

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