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May 6, 2013

Most incoming CEO’s put together a ‘100-day plan’ as they embark on the new role. In the case of Mr. Ullman, it is his second 100-day plan at J.C. Penney.

By Greg Caster, managing director, Accenture Retail

Most incoming CEO’s put together a ‘100-day plan’ as they embark on the new role. In the case of Mr. Ullman, it is his second 100-day plan at J.C. Penney. But the world and company is very different from December 2004 when he wrote his first plan, and this one will be written in the knowledge that he is the interim CEO for a company in crisis.

June 20, 2011

J.C. Penney Co. on Monday detailed the timeline of its upcoming change in executive management with the news that current CEO and chairman Myron “Mike” Ullman will leave the company and the board in February 2012 after a three-month transition period during which he will hand over the reins in full to his successor, Apple retail guru Ron Johnson.

New York City -- J.C. Penney Co. on Monday detailed the timeline of its upcoming change in executive management with the news that current CEO and chairman Myron “Mike” Ullman will leave the company and the board in February 2012 after a three-month transition period during which he will hand over the reins in full to his successor, Apple retail guru Ron Johnson.

December 17, 2010

Some are entrepreneurs who built their companies from the ground up, turning one idea into a billion-dollar global empire.

Some are entrepreneurs who built their companies from the ground up, turning one idea into a billion-dollar global empire. Some came up through the ranks, earning the trust and admiration of those around them with each passing year. And still others came in later — hired guns — bringing with them an expertise and skill set that sets them apart. All are alike in their ability to create new opportunities and take their businesses to the next level — no easy feat in today’s marketplace.

December 31, 2007

Myron “Mike” Ullman, 60, is the very epitome of a seasoned retail veteran, but...

November 29, 1999

All the world’s a stage, but few American retailers chose to be in the audience...