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Terry J. Lundgren


Chairman and CEO
Macy's, Inc.
Terry Lundgren is chairman and chief executive officer of Macy’s, Inc. He assumed his current titles in January 2004. Prior to this, he served as president and chief executive officer, a title he assumed in February 2003 after having served as president and chief merchandising officer since May 1997.

Lundgren began his retailing career in 1975 as a trainee with Bullock’s, a Los Angeles-based division of Federated Department Stores, Inc. (now Macy’s, Inc.). He held positions of increasing responsibility over the next decade in buying, store management and human resources, as well as serving as the division’s director of stores and, in 1984, was named senior vice president and general merchandise manager. In 1987, he was named president and chief executive officer of Bullocks Wilshire, then the most upscale and high fashion chain of specialty department stores owned by Federated.

Lundgren left Federated in 1988 to join Neiman Marcus, where he served briefly as executive vice president. Shortly thereafter, he was named chairman and chief executive officer. He returned to Federated in April 1994 as chairman and chief executive officer of Federated Merchandising Group.

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Sunday Jan 15
8:40 - 9:30 AM
North Hall, Level 2

The retail industry is the largest private sector employer in the U.S., accounting for nearly one in every four jobs. Since 2012, retail employment has grown by half a million jobs and is expected to grow by nearly another million by 2022. The... Read more

Tuesday Jan 17
8:45 - 9:30 AM
North Hall, Level 2

Consumers are an essential driver of our nation’s economy. How they behave is driven by a wide range of factors, including income, net worth, access to credit, as well as their confidence in and expectations for future economic conditions.... Read more