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当舍韦计划离开时,沃尔玛任命新的财务总监

纽约( 美联社 ) -- 沃尔玛超市有限公司。 财务总监汤姆舍韦退休,零售商在星期三宣布,而它已晋升查尔斯霍利,作为他的代替者。

舍韦的退休是在最近世界最大零售商一系列行政等级变化之时,这试图改变萧条的美国销售,通过坚挺的经济和销售规划。

舍韦加入沃尔玛是在10年以前,上星期告诉公司董事会他计划退休。

霍利,54岁,在1994年加入沃尔玛并且现在是财政与会计的执行副总裁。 在加入沃尔玛之前,他为了天迪公司工作,现在以无线电器材公司而著称。

交接将在11月30日举行,舍韦将留在公司在1月以帮助交接事宜。

公司说霍利是继任者将在稍晚被任命。

在星期二发布的一个声明中,总经理麦克杜克说,“查尔斯担负着沃尔玛内部和外部的巨大期望。 他是也彻底地理解我们的商业和金融的市场的细节的一位有才干的战略家。 “杜克也突出霍利在公司是国际的扩展先锋的强大角色。

沃尔玛的国际生意创造了100十亿美元的收入,在最近会计年度其占总年度收入的百分之25,而这部分是所有部门中增长最快的。

在星期一,沃尔玛超市公司宣布它认购南非零售公司,大约4.25十亿为了启动增长超越萧条的美国教交易。

舍韦是离开在最新的变化关键之时。爱德华多卡斯特罗-莱特,沃尔玛的总统和公司美国运营的总经理,在六月为了个人的原因辞职。 他被比尔西蒙顶替,西蒙担任沃尔玛美国商业的首席营运官。。卡斯特罗-莱特依然是副主席。

约翰弗莱明,沃尔玛首席营销官,在工作10年之后于8月1日离开公司。弗莱明,在商店存储上扮演了重要的角色,被四位主管分管了他的职责。

沃尔玛努力在与连续五个季度下降的收入奋斗,在开店至少一年的时间。这一措施被认为是零售业健康指标的关键。 同时,其策略任然处于变化之中,管理人员的改组和整合。

沃尔玛在经济衰退的早期是受益的,当更多富裕的购物者降低消费到便宜的商店。 但是,沃尔玛主要的蓝领消费者在依然不景气的就业市场下被拉回许多。沃尔玛也承认推销的过失一部分应该归咎于疲软的销售。 去年,沃尔玛削减了许多商品,作为整理其商店活动的一部分。现在扰乱了修订推销的问题,回到了每天的低价。 但是,其全面的策略不是清楚的。

“我想他们确实在2011年尝试新的方法,”布莱恩塞巴斯蒂安 说,一个华尔街策略的分析员,他说对舍韦的退休感到惊讶。 “我想他们确实尝试重新组合。”
零售商有15个国家中55个不同名下的商店超过8,500家。在美国有超过4,000家商店,2010会计年度销售405十亿美元。


 
Wal-Mart names new CFO as Schoewe plans to leave

NEW YORK (AP) -- Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Chief Financial Officer Tom Schoewe is retiring, the retailer announced Wednesday, and it has promoted Charles Holley to be his replacement.

Schoewe's retirement is the latest in a series of changes in the executive ranks at the world's largest retailer, which is trying to turn around sluggish U.S. sales fueled by a tough economy and merchandising problems.

Schoewe joined Wal-Mart 10 years ago and told the company's board last week he plans to retire.

Holley, 54, joined Wal-Mart in 1994 and is currently executive vice president of finance and treasurer. Before joining Wal-Mart, he worked for the Tandy Corp., now known as Radio Shack.

The transition will take place Nov. 30, and Schoewe will stay with the company through January to help with the transition.

The company said Holley's successor will be named later.

In a statement released Tuesday, CEO Mike Duke said, "Charles has great expectations both inside Wal-Mart and externally. He is a talented strategist who also thoroughly understands the details of our business and the financial markets." Duke also highlighted Holley's strong role in pioneering the company's international expansion.

Wal-Mart's international business generated revenue of $100 billion, accounting for 25 percent of total annual revenue in its latest fiscal year, and the sector is the fastest growing of all its units.

On Monday, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. announced it was offering to buy South African retailer Massmart Holdings Ltd. for about $4.25 billion in a bid to jump-start growth beyond its sluggish U.S. business.

Schoewe's departure is the latest change at the top. Eduardo Castro-Wright, Wal-Mart's president and CEO of the company's U.S. operations, resigned from his role for personal reasons in June. He was replaced by Bill Simon, who served as chief operating officer of Wal-Mart's U.S's business. Castro-Wright remains vice chairman.

John Fleming, Wal-Mart's chief merchandising officer, left the company Aug. 1 after 10 years. Fleming, who played a big role in shaping what was on store shelves, is being replaced by four executives who are splitting his duties.

Wal-Mart has struggled with five straight quarters of declines in revenue at stores open at least a year. That measure is considered a key indicator of a retailer's health. And its strategy remains in flux amid the management reshuffling and departures.

Wal-Mart had benefited early in the recession when more affluent shoppers were trading down to cheaper stores. But Wal-Mart's main blue collar customers are pulling back more amid a still stagnant job market. Wal-Mart also acknowledges that merchandising gaffes are partly to blame for weak sales. Last year, it cut back on too many products as part of its campaign to de-clutter its stores. It is now scrambling to fix the merchandising problems, and is going back to everyday low pricing. But its overall strategy is not clear.

"I think they are really trying to look at fresh approaches fro 2011," said Brian Sozzi, an analyst with Wall Street Strategies, who said he was surprised by Schoewe's retirement. "I think they're really trying to reset the table."

The retailer has more than 8,500 stores under 55 different names in 15 countries. It has more than 4,000 stores in the U.S. Its fiscal 2010 sales were $405 billion.


 

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