COLUMBUS, Ohio (COLUMBUS BUSINESS FIRST) – The man who helped grow Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams into a $100 million business is retiring from the ice cream world. John Lowe, who has been CEO of the Columbus ice cream company since 2009, Monday announced he will step down from that position once a replacement is found. […]
When John Lowe left a leadership gig at General Electric in July 2009 to join Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, he knew the upstart would run out of cash by February. So he started learning how to sell to retailers. On the positive side, Lowe didn’t need any convincing. He left a $14 billion P&L at GE for a brand with only four shops and $1 million in annual revenue.
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WARSAW, Ind. -- An Indiana pastor who confessed to "adultery" years ago with a teenager publicly informed his congregation last weekend after church leaders confronted him, the church said Tuesday. John Lowe II has resigned, New Life Christian Church and World Outreach in Warsaw said in a statement on its...
Six weeks ago, Pastor John B. Lowe II, of New Life Christian Church and World Outreach, was in Warsaw, Poland, helping Ukrainian refugees with food, clothing and financial aid to help with relocation costs after Russia invaded Ukraine. Thursday afternoon, Lowe departed for Poland again with a different sort of...