Odell has failed to turn this ship around since 2008. He is paid 2 million a year with stock etc. Under his leadership This small company has not increased share holder value - it is actually lower than when he took over in 2008. Customer service still stinks in the stores- Comps are flat. Store count is up but revenue is down. Apparently leadership classes were not offered at denver university- for accounting majors.
Obama makes 400,000 a year and started during the financial meltdown. The US economy has shown some improvement during the period of time that Odell showed none. Obama blames it on Bush and congress. O dell blames the previous CEO's and the people he hired.
I bet Romney and Bain could fix this once proud company. Its time for a change -how many more years of failed leadership must be endured? Does anyone think he will eventually fix this? Im talking about o dell & PepBoys.
Apply the same measuring stick used for President and O dell is Jimmy Carter but without the IQ and like ability. Hold till there is a change
please put down the crack pipe...when O'Dell took the reigns, PBY stock was near the $4 mark...now it is up 2.5 times from that level, plus we rec'd cash dividends all those years..The guy has done just fine by me!!!!
Hey genius- He took over in April 2008 - the stock was over 11. It will be 5 years in April -today the stock is at 10 and change. So todays price is still lower than when he took over- Where is the share holder value? Where are the increased sales? Time for a change.... he is a joke. A Bean counter that cant add to the amount of beans to count...ie) Drive sales
I bet PBY could use the 10 million in compensation back..
Where was sears when he was pushed out?
Mr. Odell served as an Interim Chief Executive Officer at The Pep Boys - Manny, Moe & Jack from April 23, 2008 to September 2008, and served as its Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer from September 17, 2007 to April 2008. He served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of Sears Retail & Specialty Stores, where he served until he joined Sears' operations team in 1998. He served in various executive operations positions of increasing seniority, including as Vice President of Stores, Finance and Operations at Sears Automotive Group. He began his career with Deloitte & Touche in Chicago. He has been a Director of Pep Boys - Manny, Moe & Jack since July 2008. He has been a Director at Meritage Homes Corporation since December 2011. He earned a #$%$ in Accounting from the University of Denver.