US: Mothers Work to streamline brands, cut jobs
By just-style.com | 2 July 2008
In a bid to cut its annual costs by $5m, maternity wear retailer Mothers Work Inc yesterday (1 July) unveiled plans to restructure its business by axing the Mimi Maternity brand, streamlining its stores and inventories, and cutting jobs at its Philadelphia headquarters.
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