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Gap launches e-commerce in Japan

BY Staff Writer

San Francisco — Gap Inc. announced Wednesday that customers in Japan can now shop Gap and Banana Republic products online through its new Japanese e-commerce sites (gap.co.jp and bananarepublic.co.jp). The sites offer Gap, GapKids, babyGap and Banana Republic products.

The e-commerce sites will feature Gap Inc.’s “Universality” platform, which brings the Gap and Banana Republic brands together on one e-commerce platform. Customers can seamlessly shop Gap, GapKids, babyGap and Banana Republic with one shopping basket and one checkout. It also offers free shipping everyday on purchases of 6,000 yen or more, and free in-store returns with 30 days of order date.

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Jan-02-2013 01:19 pm

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S.Jhon says:
Jan-02-2013 01:19 pm

E Commerce Is A Big Name Which Is Providing A regular Income Source Now A Days On A Very Low Investment.Your Shared Information Regarding Launching E Commerce Are Good. You Can Share Multi Vendor Shopping Cart And Shopping Cart Software, In Order To Get Help In Launching E Commerce At Any Where.

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Wet Seal names Clinton Group nominee as chairman

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Foothill Ranch, Calif. — Wet Seal Inc. said Wednesday it has named Clinton Group nominee Lynda Davey as chairman of the board. Davey is the former chairman and CEO of Avalon Group Ltd. and will replace the recently departed Harold Kahn.

The announcement follows earlier news that four Clinton Group nominees joined the Wet Seal board of directors: Davey, Dorrit Bern, Mindy Meads and John Mills.

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Shopko names interim CEO

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Green Bay, Wis. — Shopko Stores announced Wednesday that Mike Bettiga has been named interim CEO to replace Paul Jones, who resigned to pursue another opportunity.

Bettiga is a 35-veteran of the company, and most recently served as executive VP and COO. Shopko is owned by private investment firm Sun Capital Partners.

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