US: Gap shuffles execs at Old Navy International
By Leonie Barrie | 28 July 2011
US clothing retailer Gap Inc today (28 July) said it will continue to roll out its Old Navy stores internationally - including its first store in Japan by the end of 2012 - despite the departure of the president of its Old Navy International division.
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