US: Nordstrom backs US$16.4m investment in Bonobos
By Katie Smith | 13 April 2012
Upscale department store operator Nordstrom has partnered with private equity firms to invest US$16.4m in online clothing brand Bonobos, and will become the first bricks-and-mortar retailer to sell its apparel.
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