US: Hanesbrands to axe half of Maidenform's workforce
By Katie Smith | 17 October 2013
Basic apparel manufacturer Hanesbrands will lay off nearly half of Maidenform Brands' 1,330 staff worldwide as part of its US$583m merger with the rival intimate apparel maker.
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