US: Higher sales help Gap to 3% rise in Q2 profit
By just-style.com | 20 August 2010
Specialty clothing retailer Gap Inc has reaffirmed its full-year earnings guidance after higher sales at the Old Navy and Banana Republic chains helped lift second quarter profit by 3%.
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