President of Children's Place Resigns
Secaucus, N.J., Children's Place said its president, Neal Goldberg, has resigned to "pursue another business opportunity."
Interim CEO Chuck Crovitz will assume Goldberg's duties until a replacement can be found, the company said. Crovitz, a company director, took over Children’s Place in September after former CEO Ezra Dabah was forced out for violating internal stock-trading policies. Dabah's sister-in-law, another executive, was also demoted at the time.