Tiffany COO and CFO Fernandez plans to retire
NEW YORK -- Tiffany & Co. said Wednesday that James Fernandez, its chief operating officer and chief financial officer, plans to retire in July.
Fernandez, 58, had served as CFO since Patrick McGuiness resigned in November. He had previously served as CFO from 1989 to 2011. Fernandez has been as COO since 2011.
The luxury jewelry company named Ralph Nicoletti as CFO and executive vice president, effective April 2.
Nicoletti, 56, will be responsible for Tiffany's worldwide financial functions and information technology. He most recently served as executive vice president and CFO at... read more
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