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Iconix Brand revamps executive management team
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Mar '14
Iconix Brand Group, Inc. announced key management changes. The changes are as follows: 
-Seth Horowitz has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer.
-Jeff Lupinacci has been appointed Chief Financial Officer.
-Warren Clamen is resigning from the Company to pursue other opportunities.
-Rodney Hutton has joined the Company as Executive Vice President of the Men's Division.  
 
"I am pleased to announce this new role for Seth, as well as the addition of Jeff and Rodney to the Iconix team. As we continue to grow our worldwide footprint through our powerful portfolio of brands and new acquisitions, it's critical that we have strong talent in place to ensure the ongoing success of our Company," commented Neil Cole, Chief Executive Officer, Iconix Brand Group. 
 
"We would also like to thank Warren for his contributions over the past nine years. During his tenure at Iconix, the Company has grown tremendously and Warren has played an important role in that success."
 
Mr. Horowitz previously served as the President of the Men's Division for Iconix where he led the transition of the Umbro international business model and reestablished Starter as a premier athletic brand with NFL, NBA and MLB league collaborations. 
 
Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Horowitz served as President for Modell's Sporting Goods. Mr. Horowitz began his career at Everlast where he held various roles, most recently Chairman, CEO, & President.
 

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