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February 27, 1989 | From Associated Press
Liz Claiborne, founder of the major clothing design house that bears her name, announced Sunday that she will retire from her posts as the company's chairwoman, chief executive and president in June. Liz Claiborne Inc. also announced that Claiborne's husband, Arthur Ortenberg, who co-founded the company, would retire from his position as the vice chairman of the board of directors. Both will remain as board members, the company said.
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February 27, 1989 | From Associated Press
Liz Claiborne, founder of the major clothing design house that bears her name, announced Sunday that she will retire from her posts as the company's chairwoman, chief executive and president in June. Liz Claiborne Inc. also announced that Claiborne's husband, Arthur Ortenberg, who co-founded the company, would retire from his position as the vice chairman of the board of directors. Both will remain as board members, the company said.
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January 16, 1990 | PATRICK LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Steve Miska took no chances when Campeau Corp.'s retail divisions came through with $650,000 to pay bills last week on December shipments of Generra sportswear. "In some cases, we actually flew people in to pick up the checks and convert them into cashier's checks right there," said Miska, chairman and chief executive of Generra Sportswear Co. in Seattle.
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May 7, 1989 | MARTHA GROVES, Times Staff Writer
When women balked at paying $350 and up for suits, New York clothing maker Harve Benard took a drastic measure. It slashed what it charged retailers and encouraged stores to price this fall's suits at a more affordable $190 to $239. Designers at Liz Claiborne Inc., the huge maker of moderately priced sportswear, devised a machine-knit sweater for fall that is almost identical to and half the price of earlier hand-knit models priced at $150. And no less a fashion eminence than Donna Karan, whose devotees pay thousands of dollars for items in her couture collection, recently launched her casual DKNY line.
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