Eddie Lampert To Draw On Experience Not Relevant To Being CEO Of A Company To Be CEO Of A Company

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The hedge fund billionaire will become CEO at the struggling department store chain Sears Holdings Corp, succeeding Lou D'Ambrosio, who headed up the company for around two years. Mr. D'Ambrosio's departure was influenced by a close family member's medical condition, people familiar with the matter said..."There's a very big difference between being a CEO of a company and a shareholder or chairman of a company," said Mr. Lampert, whose hedge fund ESL Investments Inc. controls 56.2% of Sears shares. But, he said, his longtime board seats at Autozone and AutoNation have taught him a lot about retailing. [WSJ]

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