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  • Inevitably sales growth began to slow as retailers such as Gap, Hennes and Next began to tempt away clothing customers; while Tesco and Asda stole share in the food sector. Despite demands from investors
  • much closer competition to casual retailers such as Gap. The experiment failed to take off, and was just as quietly discontinued in 2006. The group sells through a variety of third-party retailers, as
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  • many mainstream fashion brands such as Levi's and Gap struggled to reinvent themselves for a new generation of shoppers, French Connection was firing on all cylinders through the late 1990s and early
  • 1 in PCs in 2007, and closing the gap with IBM in IT services by buying consultancy EDS in 2008. Yet Hurd too was unceremoniously dismissed in 2010. So was his successor less than a year later, after
  • the latest of many recent revolving door exits at Gap, group CEO and former Old Navy leader Sonia Syngal has left the building after two years in the top job. The company said it expects to announce further
  • 22nd Apr 2022: Gap Inc announced the abrupt departure of Old Navy CEO Nancy Green after disappointing performance. Group CEO Sonia Syngal will lead the Old Navy team for an interim period until a new
  • MTV, Hummer and Gap in just its first nine months. It produced excellent work through the following two years. However 2002 proved a little more problematical. The departure of the Gap account was related
  • patchwork of international businesses would fill in key gaps in the less fragmented portfolio of larger rival AB InBev. That proposal finally became reality in 2015. Four successive and ever-higher bids
  • An attempt to recover by recruiting former H&M and Gap executive Stefan Larsson as CEO failed to deliver results. After years of restructuring, Ralph Lauren has yet to regain its former poise, and the

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