US: Kate Spade to go to Liz Claiborne?
By just-style.com | 8 November 2006
Retailer Neiman Marcus Group is close to a deal to sell off accessories firm Kate Spade to Liz Claiborne, The Wall Street Journal reported sources close to the deal as saying.
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