Levi-Strauss & Company

NPR's Elaine Korry reports on attempts by Levi-Strauss & Company to entice customers back into their retail outlets. The company has seen hard times in recent years as sales have fallen off, and has decided to get out of Internet sales of jeans. The flagship store in San Francisco has been redesigned to reflect changing tastes.



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