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Nordstrom, Inc.

Type

Public

Traded as NYSE: JWN S&P 500 Component

Industry Retail

Founded 1901 (117 years ago) (1901)

Founder John W. Nordstrom Carl F. Wallin

Headquarters Seattle, Washington

Number of locations

Nordstrom: 123 (5 in Canada
Canada
and 1 in Puerto Rico) Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Rack: 215 Trunk Club: 5 Jeffrey: 2 Clearance store: 2 (2016)[1]

Key people

Enrique Hernandez, Jr., Chairman Blake Nordstrom
Nordstrom
, President Pete Nordstrom, President of Merchandising Erik Nordstrom, President of Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Direct James Nordstrom, President of Stores Mike Koppel, Chief Financial Officer Karen Mckibbin, President Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Rack

Products Clothing, footwear, jewelry, beauty, restaurant, espresso bar, home furnishings and design, and wedding

Revenue US$ 14.437 billion (2015)[2]

Operating income

US$ 1.101 billion (2015)[2]

Net income

US$ 600 million (2015)[2]

Total assets

US$ 7.698 billion (2015)[3] US$ 9.245 billion (2014)[4]

Total equity US$ 871 million (2015)[5]

Number of employees

72,500 (2015)[6]

Subsidiaries HauteLook Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Rack Trunk Club

Website nordstrom.com

Nordstrom
Nordstrom
(/ˈnɔːrdstrəm/) is an American chain of department stores headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Founded in 1901 by John W. Nordstrom
Nordstrom
and Carl F. Wallin, the company began as a shoe retailer and expanded its inventory to include clothing, accessories, handbags, jewelry, cosmetics, and fragrances. Select Nordstrom
Nordstrom
stores also include wedding and home furnishings departments. The company has 370 stores operating in 40 states,[7] Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico
and Canada, a number which includes 123 full-line stores and 215 Nordstrom Rack stores, five Trunk Club clubhouses, two Jeffrey boutiques and two clearance stores. Nordstrom
Nordstrom
also serves customers through nordstrom.com, nordstromrack.com, and its online private sale site, HauteLook. Nordstrom, Inc.'s common stock is publicly traded on the NYSE under the symbol JWN.

Contents

1 History

1.1 Early history 1.2 1970s–90s 1.3 2000–2015 1.4 2016–present 1.5 Expansion into Canada 1.6 Puerto Rico

2 Sales events 3 Recognition 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] Further information: Timeline of Nordstrom Early history[edit]

Nordstrom's headquarters and flagship store (in former Frederick & Nelson flagship) in downtown Seattle.

In 1887, at the age of 16, like many other Swedes in the late 19th century, John W. Nordstrom immigrated to the United States in search of opportunity. He was born in the village of Alvik, close to the city of Luleå in Northern Sweden. His name at birth was Johan Nordström, Swedish pronunciation: [juːhan nuːr(d)strœm], which he later anglicized to John Nordstrom. After landing in New York, he first began working in Michigan. As he moved across the country, he worked a series of menial jobs. He was able to save enough money to purchase a 20-acre (81,000 m2) potato farm in Arlington, Washington, near Seattle. In 1897, he joined the Klondike Gold Rush
Klondike Gold Rush
in Canada's Yukon Territory, leaving Seattle. After two years of prospecting, he finally struck gold, but sold his disputed claim for $13,000.[1] Returning to Seattle
Seattle
with his newfound wealth, he married Hilda Carlson and looked for a business venture, finally settling on a shoe store that opened in 1901, called Wallin & Nordstrom. Carl F. Wallin, the co-founder of the store, was the owner of the adjacent shoe repair shop. John and Hilda had five children, three of whom would follow him into the family business, Everett W.(1903), Elmer J. (1904) and Lloyd N. Nordstrom. By the time Wallin & Nordstrom
Nordstrom
opened their second store in Seattle
Seattle
in 1923, Elmer, a recent graduate of the University of Washington, had enough experience to be placed in charge of its opening.[1]

The exterior of a typical Nordstrom
Nordstrom
department store. This one is the now closed location at The Florida Mall
The Florida Mall
in Orlando, Florida.

In 1928, John W. Nordstrom retired and sold his shares to two of his sons, Everett and Elmer. In 1929, Wallin also retired and sold his shares to them. The 1930 grand opening of the remodeled Second Avenue store marked the change of name to Nordstrom. Lloyd Nordstrom subsequently joined the company in 1933, and the three brothers ran the business together for almost forty years.[8] By 1958, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
had expanded to eight stores in two states but still sold only shoes. Their expansion was based on customer service, deep product offerings and full size ranges. Apparel came with its purchase of Best Apparel of Seattle
Seattle
in 1963, and the company's name was changed to Nordstrom's Best.[1] By 1968, the second generation debated selling the company as Everett neared retirement. Instead, they were convinced by the third-generation Nordstroms—Bruce A. (Everett's son), James F. and John N. (Elmer's two sons), together with John A. (Jack) MacMillan (married to Lloyd's daughter) -- to take the company public instead, and allow the cousins to take over the business. In 1971, the company was taken public on NASDAQ
NASDAQ
under the ticker NOBE ( Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Best). In 1973, "Best" was dropped from the company's name, and the store assumed its current name of Nordstrom.[9] It was moved to the New York Stock Exchange in 1999 under the ticker symbol JWN after John W. Nordstrom, its founder.[1] 1970s–90s[edit]

The previous Nordstrom
Nordstrom
logo, in use from 1973 through 1991.

By 1975, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
expanded into Alaska
Alaska
(the only time by acquisition) by purchasing Northern Commercial Company and opened its first Nordstrom Rack
Nordstrom Rack
clearance store in Seattle. A strong northwest regional retailer with sales already approaching $250 million making it the third-largest specialty retailer in the United States, the company opened its first Southern California store at South Coast Plaza
South Coast Plaza
in Costa Mesa in 1978.[10] By the early 1990s, it had opened 26 stores plus Racks in California. Subsequent expansion relied on creating a strongly decentralized regional structure, beginning with the Northeast in the Tysons Corner Center
Tysons Corner Center
in Virginia (1988), the Midwest in the Oakbrook Center in Illinois (1991), the Southeast in Atlanta (1998), and the Southwest in Dallas (1996). In a new region, the initial store was used as a base for training and recruitment for subsequent expansion, and was usually backed by its own distribution center. From 1978 to 1995, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
opened a total of 46 full-line department stores.[11] In 1976, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
opened a series of stores called Place Two to sell a more limited selection of apparel in smaller markets. By 1983, there were ten Place Two stores, but the cost of upgrading the smaller stores, especially from a systems perspective, outweighed the benefit, and the division was discontinued.[12] The company also expanded into direct sales in 1993, beginning with a catalog division[13] led by John N.'s son Dan that was followed by an e-commerce business. Nordstrom.com's fulfillment and contact centers are located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; and Seattle, Washington. Currently, it has distribution centers in Ontario, California; Newark, California; Portland, Oregon; Dubuque, Iowa; Upper Marlboro, Maryland; and Gainesville, Florida. Nordstrom
Nordstrom
FSB, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nordstrom, Inc., is a federally chartered savings bank doing business as Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Bank. It was formed in 1991 in Scottsdale, Arizona, with its customer contact center in Centennial, Colorado. Nordstrom
Nordstrom
FSB was formerly known as Nordstrom
Nordstrom
National Credit Bank and changed its name to Nordstrom
Nordstrom
FSB in March 2000. The bank offers various banking and credit products, such as Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Signature VISA, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
retail credit and debit cards, interest-bearing checking accounts, check cards, and certificates of deposits. It offers Nordstrom
Nordstrom
customers cards under Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Rewards – its customer loyalty program – where customers earn points when making purchases with the card at Nordstrom
Nordstrom
and other retailers. Other rewards include Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Notes which are redeemed or used like cash in stores for new purchases and the Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Signature VISA card also has an optional travel/leisure rewards feature. The Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Rewards program features 4 levels of status depending on annual spending and offers various promotional times throughout the year to earn double, triple and even ten-times points.[14][15] Beginning in 1995, the fourth generation of brothers and cousins served as co-presidents for a time. After John Whitacre served as the first non- Nordstrom
Nordstrom
CEO in 1997,[16] in 2001 the family reasserted its control, with the sons of Bruce A. (Blake, Erik and Peter) assuming senior roles in the company which they continue to hold.[17] In 1998, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
replaced its downtown Seattle
Seattle
store with a new flagship location in the former Frederick & Nelson building across the street. At 383,000 square feet (35,600 m2), the downtown Seattle
Seattle
location is the chain's largest store. By contrast, the smallest Nordstrom
Nordstrom
store, as of September 2008, opened in 1980 in Salem, Oregon, with a total area of just under 72,000 square feet (6,700 m2). 2000–2015[edit]

Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Rack, the company's off-price clearance store

Nordstrom
Nordstrom
sold its stand-alone boutique chain Façonnable
Façonnable
in 2007, though it still offers that label in its lineup. In February 2011, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
announced the acquisition of HauteLook, an LA-based online retailer that offers flash sales on designer goods. The deal included Nordstrom
Nordstrom
paying $180 million in stock and a three-year "earn-out" payment based on HauteLook's financial performance.[18]

A Nordstrom Rack
Nordstrom Rack
store in Hillsboro, Oregon

On May 26, 2011, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
announced that they would be closing the downtown Indianapolis, Indiana
Indianapolis, Indiana
Circle Center
Circle Center
Mall location due to declining business at the site. The remaining location on the north side of the city at the Fashion Mall at Keystone as well as the future Nordstrom Rack
Nordstrom Rack
store in the Rivers Edge Shopping Center, also on the north side, remained as the only two locations in the state. Erik Nordstrom, president of stores at Nordstrom
Nordstrom
stated, "We've enjoyed serving our customers in downtown Indianapolis, but unfortunately our business has declined over the long term for some time and despite our efforts to turn things around we don't see the outlook significantly changing."[19] In August 2011, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
opened the store Treasure & Bond in SoHo, New York. Intended to test the waters of the tumultuous high-end department store scene in New York, all profits of Treasure & Bond are donated to charity. The customer base of the smaller store is thought to be the younger sisters of the typical Nordstrom customer.[20] Nordstrom
Nordstrom
announced plans to open a Nordstrom Rack
Nordstrom Rack
in Milwaukee
Milwaukee
in 2014.[21] In late November 2012, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
announced that they would also be opening a full-line Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Department Store in 2015 in Milwaukee
Milwaukee
at Mayfair Mall, a half-mile away from the Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Rack location. Milwaukee
Milwaukee
was the largest metropolitan area in the country that did not have a Nordstrom
Nordstrom
until 2015. Such unmet demand was highlighted in Nordstrom's decision to open in the Milwaukee
Milwaukee
area.[22] On January 4, 2013, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
confirmed a new location in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul
Minneapolis-Saint Paul
metropolitan region. To be located at the Ridgedale Center, it would be the second in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area. Following the success of its Mall of America
Mall of America
opening in 1991, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
has sought to expand in the Twin Cities market.[23] Plans were originally made in 2007 to open at Ridgedale Center
Ridgedale Center
in 2011, only to be canceled in 2009.[24] It opened in September 2015. Nordstrom
Nordstrom
opened its first Rack location in Philadelphia
Philadelphia
in the fall of 2014.[25] In the fall of 2015, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
opened their first Nordstrom Rack
Nordstrom Rack
store in Delaware.[26] The company plans to open its first namesake store in New York City in 2019.[1][27] 2016–present[edit] Further information: Retail
Retail
apocalypse In 2016, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
entered into a partnership with Tesla Motors
Tesla Motors
under which the automaker opened retail galleries inside the Nordstrom locations in The Grove, Los Angeles, in SouthPark Mall in Charlotte, North Carolina and in Somerset Collection
Somerset Collection
in Troy, Michigan.[28][29] In 2016, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
began selling products from J. Crew, Olivia Palermo + Chelsea28, Adore Me, and Eloquii.[30][31][32][33] In 2017, Nordstrom announced they would be expanding their natural beauty-focused stations. Stations would include products from Origins, Tata Harper, and Bare Minerals.[34] On February 2, 2017, Bloomberg News
Bloomberg News
reported that Nordstrom
Nordstrom
would cease to carry Ivanka Trump's branded fashion line, citing weak sales. The retailer cuts 10 percent of its most poorly performing brands each year. Nordstrom's action came after a boycott campaign against retailers carrying products having Trump family labels.[35][36] President Trump
President Trump
responded with a tweet directed at Nordstrom, condemning the brand for its treatment of his daughter. The company's stock dropped by 0.65% in the aftermath of the tweet before ending the day with a gain of more than 4%. Fortune declared this quick recovery to have broken Trump's market-moving "tweet curse".[37][38][39][40] In June 2017, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Inc.’s founding family, which owned 31.2 percent of the company, said it was looking to take Nordstrom private.[41] In October the family suspended its efforts, because of trouble completing a financing package.[42] Lenders were asking for 13 percent interest, about twice the typical rate for retailers.[43] Expansion into Canada[edit]

Nordstrom
Nordstrom
in Canada

The Calgary
Calgary
store opened in Chinook Centre
Chinook Centre
on September 19, 2014,[44] the Ottawa
Ottawa
store opened in Rideau Centre
Rideau Centre
on March 6, 2015,[45] the Vancouver
Vancouver
Pacific Centre
Pacific Centre
store opened on September 18, 2015,[46] and the Toronto Eaton Centre
Toronto Eaton Centre
in 2016. Later in 2016, a second Toronto location was opened at Yorkdale Shopping Centre
Yorkdale Shopping Centre
on October 21, 2016.[47] Additionally, a third Toronto store in Sherway Gardens opened on September 15, 2017.[48] The first Nordstrom Rack
Nordstrom Rack
in the country is to open (at One Bloor) in Toronto during 2018.[49] Nordstrom
Nordstrom
is planning to open a full store in West Edmonton Mall, occupying the former Sears location in Phase I. This store is expected to open in fall 2020. Puerto Rico[edit] Nordstrom
Nordstrom
opened a 138,000-square-foot, two-level, full-line store March 2015 in The Mall of San Juan
The Mall of San Juan
in San Juan, Puerto Rico.[50] After Hurricane Maria
Hurricane Maria
in 2017, the store suffered major water damage and it closed in 2017 and remains closed until further notice. Sales events[edit]

Map of Nordstrom
Nordstrom
locations in the United States

Nordstrom
Nordstrom
holds six designated sale events each year. Two of these are Half-Yearly sales, which take place semi-annually in May and late December, as well as three additional seasonal sales. Nordstrom's largest sale event is the Nordstrom
Nordstrom
Anniversary Sale, which is held each July.[51] Limited amounts of merchandise set to be released for the following fall are sent to Nordstrom
Nordstrom
stores early, where they are sold at a large discount. For ten days prior to Anniversary Sale, Nordstrom
Nordstrom
rewards members are able to make appointments with sales associates to shop the sale early through the store's Early Access event.[52] Recognition[edit] Nordstrom
Nordstrom
was listed at No. 72 in Fortune magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For 2009.[53] Nordstrom
Nordstrom
is a Hall of Fame member of Fortune magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For".[54] Nordstrom
Nordstrom
was No. 36 on the same list in 2008, No. 24 in 2007, No. 46 in 2006 and No. 88 in 2005.[55] For the 20th year in a row, they made the list coming in at No. 94 in 2017.[56][57] In 2010, it ranked number 53, and dropped to 61 in 2012.[58] Nordstrom
Nordstrom
was ranked No. 286, previously 293, on the Fortune 500 for 2007 and in 2015 ranked 224.[59][60] In December 2013, Women's Wear Daily
Women's Wear Daily
reported Nordstrom
Nordstrom
as the top fashion retailer.[61] References[edit]

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Nordstrom
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Nordstrom
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Nordstrom
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Nordstrom
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Nordstrom
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Nordstrom Rack
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Nordstrom
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Nordstrom
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Nordstrom
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External links[edit]

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Business data for Nordstrom: Google Finance Yahoo! Finance Reuters SEC filings

Media related to Nordstrom
Nordstrom
at Wikimedia Commons

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