Gap ditches plan to spin off Old Navy

The Gap apparel conglomerate has ditched plans to spin off Old Navy into a separate company following the surprise departure of its CEO. Gap’s board determined splitting off the budget brand would be too costly and complex to make sense, particularly in light of “softer business performance,” interim chief executive Robert Fisher said. “We have...
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