the Gap trap

Johnson, Ben
February 2002
Shopping Center World;Feb2002, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p14
Trade Publication
Forecasts the planned changes in the way shopping mall owners in the United States think about tenant selection following the slower sales at leading apparel retailer, Gap Inc. in 2001. Challenges caused by the selection problems; Necessity by Gap to differentiate its own product lines. INSET: Kmart's blue light dims.


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