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Erik Nordstrom

After decades of planning, Nordstrom Inc. opened a 320,000-square-foot store—set to be its highest-grossing—in Manhattan on Oct. 24. It’s betting a focus on customer experience will help it stand out in New York’s crowded market.

• Fourth-generation member of retailing family that started Seattle-based Nordstrom as a single shoe store in 1901 • Like his brothers, began working at the company as a shoe clerk • Helped expand Nordstrom’s e-commerce business before

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