By  on June 9, 2011

There’s a new wrinkle in the protracted campaign to revive Gap stores in the U.S.: make them more like Gap stores abroad.

“We see the international team having a much bigger say in not only how our brands operate in global markets but how they operate in the U.S.,” Gap Inc. chairman and chief executive officer Glenn Murphy said Wednesday at the Piper Jaffrey Consumer Conference, where he gave his prescription for resurrecting the $14.7 billion retailer’s operations in North America, specifically Gap brand.

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