Falling Bottom Line at The Gap

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The Gap retail chain used to be a trend-setting clothing outlet, but has suffered several years of disappointing profits and a declining "cool" factor.

Madeleine Brand talks with the creators of the fashion-forward Web site GoFugYourself.com about some of the reasons for The Gap's sagging bottom line.



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