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TJX Promotes Scott Goldenberg To CFO - Quick Facts

Off-price retailer TJX Companies, Inc. (TJX) announced the promotion of Scott Goldenberg to Chief Financial Officer, effective January 29, 2012. He also retains his executive vice president title.

"I am delighted with Scott's promotion to TJX's CFO position. Scott, who has spent the vast portion of his career at TJX, is both an outstanding financial and all-around executive with a very deep understanding of our business and organization," CEO Carol Meyrowitz said.

Goldenberg, aged 58, will succeed Jeffrey Naylor, who will continue as senior executive vice president and chief administrative officer. Goldenberg will continue to report to Naylor, who will also have responsibility for other corporate functions, including Information Technology, Legal, Risk Management, and Investor Relations.

Goldenberg first joined TJX's predecessor company, Zayre Corp., in 1983 as a Financial Analysis Manager and rose through the ranks of the finance organization. He had a break from TJX from 1988 to 1997.

by RTT Staff Writer

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