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June 23, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
I. Magnin Chief to Quit: Joseph Cicio, chairman and chief executive of R.H. Macy & Co.'s apparel chain, I. Magnin, will be leaving the San Francisco-based division, said Macy spokeswoman Laura Melillo. Macy hasn't named a replacement for the 49-year-old Cicio, who has headed the 13-store chain since September 1992. Cicio has worked for Macy since 1976, and had been asking Macy for a transfer to the East coast for about six months, she said.
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June 23, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
I. Magnin Chief to Quit: Joseph Cicio, chairman and chief executive of R.H. Macy & Co.'s apparel chain, I. Magnin, will be leaving the San Francisco-based division, said Macy spokeswoman Laura Melillo. Macy hasn't named a replacement for the 49-year-old Cicio, who has headed the 13-store chain since September 1992. Cicio has worked for Macy since 1976, and had been asking Macy for a transfer to the East coast for about six months, she said.
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September 15, 1992 | OTTO STRONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
R. H. Macy & Co. on Monday named Joseph Cicio chairman and chief executive of I. Magnin, its specialty retail division, in a move that some analysts say could signal a sale of the upscale West Coast chain. Cicio will replace Rose Marie Bravo, who is becoming president of Saks Fifth Avenue. Bravo's departure is the latest in an executive exodus that has plagued Macy's since it filed for bankruptcy protection in January.
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September 15, 1992 | OTTO STRONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
R. H. Macy & Co. on Monday named Joseph Cicio chairman and chief executive of I. Magnin, its specialty retail division, in a move that some analysts say could signal a sale of the upscale West Coast chain. Cicio will replace Rose Marie Bravo, who is becoming president of Saks Fifth Avenue. Bravo's departure is the latest in an executive exodus that has plagued Macy's since it filed for bankruptcy protection in January.
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March 9, 1994 | BETTY GOODWIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Fashion groupies are on a high. With all the hype of an old-fashioned movie premiere (well, no kliegs, but five Sunset Boulevard billboards count for something) and a welcoming crowd heavy with studio executives, movie stars, retailing spies and more People in Black than at an art gallery reception, Barneys New York arrived Saturday in Beverly Hills.
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