PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Jun. 27, 1960

¶ Walter Hoving, 62, quit as president and chairman-designate of Manhattan-headquartered, high-fashion Bonwit Teller, also resigned as president of the Hoving Corp., a holding company that controls 52% of Tiffany's but is in turn held by the giant (1959 sales: $276 million) Genesco, Inc. Taking over as president at Bonwit Teller is Edgar Wherry, 54, now vice president of J. W. Robinson, a Los Angeles department store chain, and longtime merchandise manager at Manhattan's Lord & Taylor. Reason for Hoving's move: he hopes to buy Tiffany's from Genesco and put the old...

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