US: Gap shakes up core brand business
By just-style.com | 2 February 2011
Clothing retailer Gap Inc is shaking up the management at its core Gap brand in a bid to halt sliding domestic sales and position the unit for sustainable global growth - with outlet executive Art Peck taking over as the new head of Gap North America.
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