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October 29, 2012
13:23 EDTPSS, CBKChristopher & Banks names LuAnn Via as CEO
Christopher & Banks (CBK) announced that it has completed the search, commenced in February 2012, for a successor to CEO Joel Waller. The company’s board elected LuAnn Via as CEO and as a member of its board effective upon her first day of employment, which is anticipated to be November 26. As previously announced by the company, Waller will continue in a consulting capacity through June 30, 2013. From July 2008 until earlier this month, Via served as President and CEO of Payless ShoeSource, a subsidiary of Collective Brands (PSS).
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July 20, 2015
07:31 EDTCBKChristopher & Banks responds to recent shareholder inquiry
Christopher & Banks Corporation on July 8 received a letter from the Macellum Advisors GP seeking certain of the company’s books and records in connection with transactions in our stock in 2014 by four of our directors. Subsequently, Macellum publicly disclosed that request in connection with a Schedule 13D filing. The company issued the following statement: The company is in the process of complying with the books and records demand pursuant to applicable law. The sales of CBK stock by three of the company’s directors in September 2014 questioned by Macellum were all promptly made following the company’s earnings announcement in September 2014. In each case, the trade was pre-cleared pursuant to the company’s stock trading policy. The fourth director did not sell his shares but rather transferred shares to his former spouse in accordance with the terms of his divorce decree. The company is confident that an objective review of the facts will reflect that there were no violations of law by any of these directors.

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