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No successor has been named for North America’s largest manufacturer of tailored clothing.
The retailer sought payments it argued were necessary to retain a number of key employees, who do not include top management.
Activewear and updated basics are among the most popular items for customers who are just now returning to stores.
The company faces a key deadline next month that could decide its future.
The bankrupt retailer, which has reopened some 475 stores, had sought an extension on its lease obligations for June and July.