Rentler took the top job at Ross in the middle of its fiscal 2014, which turned out to be a banner year for the off-price retailer. Sales, earnings, and operating margins all jumped, and in June it split its stock two-for-one. But in August, Rentler warned that the second half of 2015 could be challenging.
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|Market Value (as of 9/1/15)||19,527|