Hurley, the action sports brand owned by the Nike group, has lost yet another chief executive with the departure of Michael Egeck, who has only been at the helm since October. He replaced Jim Calhoun, who stayed for just a few weeks before a switch to Converse. Bob Hurley, founder and chairman of the eponymous company, is stepping in as interim chief executive. Egeck was appointed president and chief executive of Eddie Bauer, an American outdoor and lifestyle brand. He previously worked at VF Corp, as president of The North Face and then president of the group’s North American outdoor business; and at Columbia Sportwear, supervising the launch of its sportswear division.