|Traded as||NASDAQ: TUES|
|Michael Rouleau, President & CEO|
|Products||gifts and accessories|
Tuesday Morning Corporation is an American upscale, deep discount, off-price retailer specializing in domestic and international, designer and name-brand closeout merchandise. The company has stores across the United States. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, the chain traditionally has relied on direct marketing, (including mail and e-mail), but also advertises in newspapers.
On June 7, 2012, the retailer announced that they had fired CEO Kathleen Mason, due to criticism that the company was performing poorly under her direction. On the same day, the company promoted Michael Marchetti to president and chief operating officer. Marchetti also served as the interim CEO. In May 2013, Mason sued Tuesday Morning for discrimination, claiming her termination occurred as a result of her breast cancer diagnosis.
Mason was followed by Brady Churches as CEO, who lasted six months on the job, and was then replaced by Michael Rouleau as interim CEO in March 2013 before taking over as the permanent CEO in August 2013. The company closed its online store in August 2013. At that time Tuesday Morning had 820 stores.
Tuesday Morning focuses on closeout home goods. Brands it sells include Lenox, Denby Pottery, KitchenAid, Cuisinart, Steinbach, Wedgwood, Reed and Barton, Breville, Madame Alexander, Peacock Alley, and Royal Doulton, among others.
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