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Sears Holdings Appoints Steve Haber As SVP And President, Home Appliances

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Sears Holdings (SHLD: Quote) said Steve Haber will join the company as senior vice president, or SVP, and president, Home Appliances. In his new role, Haber will lead the company's effort to continue driving profitable growth in its industry-leading appliance business.

Haber comes to Sears Holdings from Sony Electronics, where he most recently served as executive vice president, leading the Product to Consumer Marketing and the Home and Digital Reading business divisions.

Prior to his most recent position, Haber was the executive vice president of Sony Electronics' Consumer Product Group, which included the Home Products, Digital Imaging & Audio Products, Information Technology, Media Applications and Solutions business divisions. In this role, he was responsible for the sales and strategic direction of Sony's multi-billion dollar U.S. Consumer Product business. Before that, he was president of Sony's Digital Reading Business Division, responsible for the global direction and development of Sony's Digital Reading business: hardware, software and content.

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