Tag Archives: Myron “Mike” Ullman

Q1 Sales Up for J.C. Penney

J.C. Penney

PLANO, Texas–J.C. Penney posted a loss of net income of $352 million in the first quarter ended May 3, compared to a $348 million loss in the year-ago period, but reported a 6.3 percent net sales increase, to $2.80 billion. Same-store sales increased 6.2 percent and improved sequentially each month within the quarter, the retailerMore »

JCP Board Fight Continues as Ackman Calls for New Chairman

Bill Ackman

PLANO, Texas-The struggle within J.C. Penney’s board of directors continued with Bill Ackman releasing a second letter to the board calling for the replacement of Thomas Engibous as chairman by Allen Questrom. The controversy is over the pace at which the board is searching for a CEO to succeed Myron “Mike” Ullman. In the secondMore »

JCP Board, Ackman in Fight Over CEO Search

JCP

PLANO, Texas-The search for a J.C. Penney CEO successor to Myron “Mike” Ullman has turned into a battle of words—which could lead to the possible return of Allen Questrom. Yesterday, activist investor Bill Ackman, whose investment firm, Pershing Square Capital Management, owns nearly 18 percent of the retailer’s outstanding shares, issued a letter to theMore »