By  on November 15, 2012

Gap Inc., citing strength in key categories and full-price selling and a reversal of negative comps across U.S. divisions, reported a strong third quarter on Thursday.

After years of being criticized as boring and losing relevance, the $13 billion San Francisco-based retailer appears to be moving closer to achieving a turnaround and on its way to its best year in recent history.

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