2013 October 30
Greider Takes Over For Ghering In Tommy Hilfiger's CEO Shuffle
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(NEW YORK) Fred Gehring is ending his tenure as CEO of Tommy Hilfiger and Phillips-Van Heusen Corp.'s international unit. PVH is the conglomerate that owns both Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein. By the end of next year, Ghering will become the chairman of Hilfiger and the vice chairmain of PVH and will oversee PVH chairman and CEO Emanuel Chirico. Daniel Grieder will succeed Ghering as CEO of Tommy Hilfiger, but will keep his role as CEO of PVH Europe. In his new position, he will oversee the Hilfiger brand globally in addition to expanding Calvin Klein in Europe as he has done with Tommy Hilfiger since joining the company in 1997 as an independent sales agent. Gehring joined the company in the same year, but as the CEO of Tommy Hilfiger Europe. Other changes at the group include Peter Schlagboehmer joining as president of brand management for Tommy Hilfiger Europe and Iris Epple as president of brand management for Calvin Klein Europe.
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