US: Gap taps H&M's Larsson to lead Old Navy business
By Leonie Barrie | 1 May 2012
Speciality clothing retailer Gap Inc has named H&M executive Stefan Larsson as the new global brand president of its Old Navy unit, tasked with growing its domestic and international business and replacing Tom Wyatt who resigned in February.
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