In the money: Can brands bounce back?
By just-style.com | 26 March 2010
Buoyant first-half sales posted last week by department store retailer Debenhams were helped by the return of the re-launched Principles label. But what has happened to other brand names rescued from the brink over the past year or so? Richard Woodard finds out.
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