On December 2, 2013, Cathy Horyn, Fashion Critic for the New York Times, sat with Ron Johnson, former CEO of JCPenney and SVP of Retail at Apple, to discuss brand integrity and the future of retail. Johnson achieved record sales as vice president of Target, pioneered the highly successful retail store concept as senior vice president of Apple, and until recently instituted a number of controversial innovations as CEO of JCPenney.
Part of a Series of Conversations on Design, Craft, and the Market with Cathy Horyn, Fashion Critic for The New York Times. Bringing together Silicon Valley expertise and global leaders in the field, the Stanford Arts Institute will present a series of conversations in the 2013-2014 academic year, organized by Cathy Horyn, fashion critic for The New York Times.
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