Gap Drops New Logo; Back To White On Navy Blue Gap last week changed its iconic blue and white logo -- the one it had used for two decades. But the new logo for the clothing retailer wasn't well received. In a statement, the company said it made a mistake and will return to the old logo.
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Gap Drops New Logo; Back To White On Navy Blue

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Gap Drops New Logo; Back To White On Navy Blue

Gap Drops New Logo; Back To White On Navy Blue

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STEVE INSKEEP, Host:

In a statement, the company says it made a mistake, and says it will return to the old blue-and-white logo completely.

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