US: Gap Q4 profit falls 40% on lower sales
By Leonie Barrie | 24 February 2012
Specialty clothing retailer Gap Inc says improving its business in North America is a "top priority" after higher costs, lower sales and promotions contributed to a 40.3% drop in fourth quarter profit.
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