Rutenis, Home GMM, Leaves J.C. Penney
July 18, 2013,
PLANO, Texas-Paul Rutenis, senior vice president and general merchandise manager of J.C. Penney's home division, has left the retailer.
Rutenis joined the company in 2011 as divisional merchandise manager of furniture and decorative accessories. He was named general merchandise manager for home in June 2012.
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