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A WWD story Friday on the seminar at the 92nd Street Y entitled “What’s Good For America Toward A New Corporate Ethic,” featuring Leslie Wexner, chairman and chief executive officer of The Limited Brands Inc., reported that questions...

A WWD story Friday on the seminar at the 92nd Street Y entitled “What’s Good For America Toward A New Corporate Ethic,” featuring Leslie Wexner, chairman and chief executive officer of The Limited Brands Inc., reported that questions were written on cards, collected by ushers and taken backstage before being handed to moderator David R. Gergen. The decision to handle the Q&A format in this way was made by Gergen and the 92nd Street Y, according to a Limited spokesman, while a Y spokesman said this is the common practice at its seminars.

Liz Claiborne Inc. will continue to test Crazy Horse Collection, a relaxed career line, in J.C. Penney stores. The maker launched the line there in February. The line will complement the casual Crazy Horse line, which is has been sold at Penney’s since 1998. This was unclear in a story on page 11, May 23.

This story first appeared in the May 27, 2003 issue of WWD.  Subscribe Today.