By  on November 19, 2009

Gap Inc. has earnings and margins rising, sales trends stabilizing and the balance sheet in order. Now comes the real tough part — grabbing market share.

“Looking ahead to the holiday season, we’re focused on gaining market share as we invest in marketing and present a strong value proposition to customers across our brands,” Glenn Murphy, Gap’s chairman and chief executive officer, said Thursday when the chain reported third-quarter net earnings increased 25 percent to $307 million, or 44 cents a share on a diluted basis.

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