US: Limited Brands to cut jobs as business refocuses
By just-style.com | 22 June 2007
Apparel retailer Limited Brands Inc on Friday (22 June) said it plans to axe around 530 jobs, or 10% of its corporate workforce, as part of a series of initiatives to cut costs and refocus its business on key growth areas.
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