Customer strategy leader Yulinsky leaves Sears Holdings  

Hoffman Estates, Ill. – Corwin Yulinsky, evp customer strategy and insight at Sears Holdings Corp., will leave the company effective this Friday, Nov. 14.

A Sears Holdings spokesperson told HTT that an executive search is underway and that the position will be taken over on an interim basis by Kurt Kendall, who is currently vp enterprise decision analytics.

The position oversees both customer relationship management and financial services.

Yulinsky took on the post in October 2005, joining the company formed by financier (now chairman) Edward Lampert’s merger of Sears and Kmart. He had previously been a leader of the financial institutions practice at McKinsey and Co.

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