US: J Brand coy on possible sale or IPO
By Katie Smith | 3 July 2012
Los Angeles-based apparel retailer J Brand has remained coy on speculation it is exploring strategic options including the potential sale or flotation of the company and has hired independent financial advisor Morgan Stanley.
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