US: Wet Seal to close stores amid Q1 profit loss
By Katie Smith | 23 May 2012
Teen apparel retailer The Wet Seal has said it plans to close a number of Arden B stores and will reduce the amount of Wet Store shops it will open this year after posting a first quarter net loss.
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