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GAP-RESULTS/
RTR43EK0
August 22, 2014
A shopper walks past the Old Navy store in Broomfield, Colorado August 22, 2014. Apparel retailer Gap...
Broomfield, UNITED STATES
Shopper walks past the Old Navy store in Broomfield, Colorado
A shopper walks past the Old Navy store in Broomfield, Colorado August 22, 2014. Apparel retailer Gap Inc raised its full-year profit forecast, encouraged by strong sales of its lower-priced Old Navy clothes, and said it would open 40 stores in India as part of its strategy to expand in emerging markets. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE FASHION)
GAP-RESULTS/
RTR43EJN
August 22, 2014
Shoppers enter the Old Navy store in Broomfield, Colorado August 22, 2014. Apparel retailer Gap Inc raised...
Broomfield, UNITED STATES
Shoppers enter the Old Navy store in Broomfield, Colorado
Shoppers enter the Old Navy store in Broomfield, Colorado August 22, 2014. Apparel retailer Gap Inc raised its full-year profit forecast, encouraged by strong sales of its lower-priced Old Navy clothes, and said it would open 40 stores in India as part of its strategy to expand in emerging markets. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE FASHION)
CHINA/
RTX137VD
September 05, 2013
Guests drink champagne as they wait for the start of a fashion show held at the Ming Dynasty City Wall...
Beijing, China
Guests drink champagne as they wait for a fashion show at the Ming Dynasty City Wall Relics Park in Beijing...
Guests drink champagne as they wait for the start of a fashion show held at the Ming Dynasty City Wall Relics Park in Beijing June 21, 2013. Chinese shoppers account for one-fourth of all luxury purchases globally and last year surpassed U.S. consumers to become the world's top spenders on luxury goods, according to consulting firm Bain & Co. China has pledged to double household incomes over the coming decade in a bid to close a wealth gap so wide it threatens social stability. Although the proportion of extreme poverty has fallen over recent decades, about 12 percent of the country's 1.3 billion people still live on less than $1.25 per day, according to a 2013 United Nations report. Picture taken on June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY WEALTH)
CHINA/
RTX137VA
September 05, 2013
Celebrities and guests attend a reception prior to a fashion show held at the Ming Dynasty City Wall...
Beijing, China
Guests attend a reception prior to a fashion show at the Ming Dynasty City Wall Relics Park in Beijing...
Celebrities and guests attend a reception prior to a fashion show held at the Ming Dynasty City Wall Relics Park in Beijing June 21, 2013. China has pledged to double household incomes over the coming decade in a bid to close a wealth gap so wide it threatens social stability. Although the proportion of extreme poverty has fallen over recent decades, about 12 percent of the country's 1.3 billion people still live on less than $1.25 per day, according to a 2013 United Nations report. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY WEALTH)
CHINA/
RTX137V5
September 05, 2013
A woman wearing a fur coat holds her pet dog at a book store inside an airport in Beijing February 15,...
Beijing, China
A woman wearing a fur coat holds her pet dog at a book store inside an airport in Beijing
A woman wearing a fur coat holds her pet dog at a book store inside an airport in Beijing February 15, 2013. In the marquee cities of Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou, a growing nouveau-riche class even sees pets, particularly dogs, as fashion items, outfitting them in designer clothing, paying for spa treatments and dyeing their fur unnatural colors. China has pledged to double household incomes over the coming decade in a bid to close a wealth gap so wide it threatens social stability. Although the proportion of extreme poverty has fallen over recent decades, about 12 percent of the country's 1.3 billion people still live on less than $1.25 per day, according to a 2013 United Nations report. Picture taken on February 15, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY ANIMALS WEALTH)
CHINA/
RTX137V2
September 05, 2013
Women wear high heels during a photo session for celebrity guests prior to a fashion show in Beijing...
Beijing, China
Women wear high heels during a photo session for celebrity guests prior to a fashion show in Beijing
Women wear high heels during a photo session for celebrity guests prior to a fashion show in Beijing June 21, 2013. Chinese shoppers account for one-fourth of all luxury purchases globally and last year surpassed U.S. consumers to become the world's top spenders on luxury goods, according to consulting firm Bain & Co. China has pledged to double household incomes over the coming decade in a bid to close a wealth gap so wide it threatens social stability. Although the proportion of extreme poverty has fallen over recent decades, about 12 percent of the country's 1.3 billion people still live on less than $1.25 per day, according to a 2013 United Nations report. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY WEALTH FASHION)
CHINA/
RTX137UZ
September 05, 2013
A woman pays for her purchases at a fashion accessory shop at a foreign luxury brand's boutique in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A woman pays for her purchases at a fashion accessory shop at a foreign luxury brand's boutique in Beijing...
A woman pays for her purchases at a fashion accessory shop at a foreign luxury brand's boutique in Beijing May 21, 2013. Chinese shoppers account for one-fourth of all luxury purchases globally and last year surpassed U.S. consumers to become the world's top spenders on luxury goods, according to consulting firm Bain & Co. China has pledged to double household incomes over the coming decade in a bid to close a wealth gap so wide it threatens social stability. Although the proportion of extreme poverty has fallen over recent decades, about 12 percent of the country's 1.3 billion people still live on less than $1.25 per day, according to a 2013 United Nations report. Picture taken on May 21, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY WEALTH)
CHINA/
RTX137UT
September 05, 2013
A bartender holds champagne for guests during a reception prior to a fashion show held at the Ming Dynasty...
Beijing, China
A bartender holds champagne for guests during a reception prior to a fashion show at the Ming Dynasty...
A bartender holds champagne for guests during a reception prior to a fashion show held at the Ming Dynasty City Wall Relics Park in Beijing June 21, 2013. Chinese shoppers account for one-fourth of all luxury purchases globally and last year surpassed U.S. consumers to become the world's top spenders on luxury goods, according to consulting firm Bain & Co. China has pledged to double household incomes over the coming decade in a bid to close a wealth gap so wide it threatens social stability. Although the proportion of extreme poverty has fallen over recent decades, about 12 percent of the country's 1.3 billion people still live on less than $1.25 per day, according to a 2013 United Nations report. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY WEALTH)
CHINA
RTX137TX
September 05, 2013
A combination photograph shows (L) residents gambling under streetlights in a alley at a residential...
Beijing, China
A combination photograph shows residents gambling under streetlights in a alley at a residential area...
A combination photograph shows (L) residents gambling under streetlights in a alley at a residential area for migrant workers in Beijing July 16, 2013 and (R) guests drinking Champagne as they wait for the start of a fashion show at a reception held at the Ming Dynasty City Wall Relics Park in Beijing June 21, 2013. China has pledged to double household incomes over the coming decade in a bid to close a wealth gap so wide it threatens social stability. Although the proportion of extreme poverty has fallen over recent decades, about 12 percent of the country' s 1.3 billion people still live on less than $1.25 per day, according to a 2013 United Nations report. Pictures taken on July 16 (L) and June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS WEALTH)

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CHINA
RTX137TS
September 05, 2013
A combination photograph shows (L) a dog rummaging for food in a garbage can at a residential area for...
Beijing, China
A combination photograph shows a dog rummaging for food in a garbage can at a residential area for migrant...
A combination photograph shows (L) a dog rummaging for food in a garbage can at a residential area for migrant workers in Beijing June 20, 2013 and (R) a woman wearing a fur coat holding her pet dog at a book store inside an airport in Beijing February 21, 2013. In the marquee cities of Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou, a growing nouveau-riche class even sees pets -- particularly dogs -- as fashion items, outfitting them in designer clothing, paying for spa treatments and dyeing their fur unnatural colors. China has pledged to double household incomes over the coming decade in a bid to close a wealth gap so wide it threatens social stability. Although the proportion of extreme poverty has fallen over recent decades, about 12 percent of the country' s 1.3 billion people still live on less than $1.25 per day, according to a 2013 United Nations report. Pictures taken on June 20 (L) and February 21, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS WEALTH)


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CHINA
RTX137TR
September 05, 2013
A combination photograph shows (L) a store district at a residential area for migrant workers in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A combination photograph shows a store district at a residential area for migrant workers and luxury...
A combination photograph shows (L) a store district at a residential area for migrant workers in Beijing July 16, 2013 and (R) luxury brands shops at a shopping complex in Sanlitun, which is known as a fashion centre of shopping, food, arts and bar culture in Beijing July 16, 2013. China has pledged to double household incomes over the coming decade in a bid to close a wealth gap so wide it threatens social stability. Although the proportion of extreme poverty has fallen over recent decades, about 12 percent of the country' s 1.3 billion people still live on less than $1.25 per day, according to a 2013 United Nations report. Pictures taken on July 16, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS WEALTH)

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CHINA/
RTX137TP
September 05, 2013
A combination photograph shows (L) residents of an area for migrant workers watching a travelling circus...
Beijing, China
A combination photograph shows residents of an area for migrant workers watching a travelling circus...
A combination photograph shows (L) residents of an area for migrant workers watching a travelling circus troupe holding a show in their town in Beijing on July 17, 2013 and (R) celebrities and invitees attending a reception prior to a fashion show which was held at the Ming Dynasty City Wall Relics Park in Beijing on June 21, 2013. Still officially Communist, China has witnessed a growing disparity between the prosperous cities and the impoverished countryside since the early 1990s, while lower-income city residents have been left out of a property boom that enriched many since the housing market debuted in the late 1990s. China has 2.7 million U.S. dollar millionaires and 251 billionaires, according to the Hurun Report, but 13 percent of its people live on less than $1.25 per day according to United Nations data. The average annual urban disposable income is just 21,810 yuan ($3,500). China has pledged to double household incomes over the coming decade in a bid to close a wealth gap so wide it threatens social stability. Although the proportion of extreme poverty has fallen over recent decades, about 12 percent of the country' s 1.3 billion people still live on less than $1.25 per day, according to a 2013 United Nations report. Pictures taken July 17, 2013 (L) and June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS WEALTH)


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CHINA
RTX137TM
September 05, 2013
A combination photograph shows (L) a female farmer's barefoot which is covered with mud during her farm...
Beijing, China
A combination photograph shows a female farmer's barefoot which is covered with mud during her farm work...
A combination photograph shows (L) a female farmer's barefoot which is covered with mud during her farm work in Langfang, Hebei province, about 80 km (50 miles) from Beijing on May 24, 2013 and (R) women wearing high heels during a photo session for celebrity invitees prior to a fashion show in Beijing June 21, 2013. Still officially Communist, China has witnessed a growing disparity between the prosperous cities and the impoverished countryside since the early 1990s, while lower-income city residents have been left out of a property boom that enriched many since the housing market debuted in the late 1990s. China has 2.7 million U.S. dollar millionaires and 251 billionaires, according to the Hurun Report, but 13 percent of its people live on less than $1.25 per day according to United Nations data. The average annual urban disposable income is just 21,810 yuan ($3,500). China has pledged to double household incomes over the coming decade in a bid to close a wealth gap so wide it threatens social stability. Although the proportion of extreme poverty has fallen over recent decades, about 12 percent of the country' s 1.3 billion people still live on less than $1.25 per day, according to a 2013 United Nations report. Pictures taken on May 24 (L) and June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS WEALTH)
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CHINA
RTX137TI
September 05, 2013
A combination photograph shows (L) a family walking past a street vendor selling women's clothes on...
Beijing, China
A combination photograph shows a family walking past a street vendor selling women's clothes on a market...
A combination photograph shows (L) a family walking past a street vendor selling women's clothes on a market street at a residential area for migrant workers in Beijing June 20, 2013 and (R) a woman paying her bill after purchasing a fashion accessory at a foreign luxury brand's boutique in Beijing May 21, 2013. Chinese shoppers account for one-fourth of all luxury purchases globally and last year surpassed U.S. consumers to become the world's top spenders on luxury goods, according to consulting firm Bain & Co. Many analysts believe China's growth will be nearer 5 percent than 10 by the end of this decade without far-reaching economic reform -- a worry for a government that has pledged to double household income over the coming decade in a bid to close a wealth gap so wide it threatens social stability. About 13 percent of China's 1.3 billion people still live on less than $1.25 per day according to the United Nations Development. Pictures taken on June 20, 2013 (L) and May 21, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS WEALTH)

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CHINA
RTX137TG
September 05, 2013
A combination photograph shows (L) a man eating his dinner as he watches his neighbours gambling in a...
Beijing, China
A combination photograph shows a man eating his dinner as watches his neighbours gambling in a alley...
A combination photograph shows (L) a man eating his dinner as he watches his neighbours gambling in a alley at a residential area for migrant workers in Beijing July 20, 2013 and (R) a bartender holding Champagne glasses for the invitees during a reception prior to the fashion show which was held at at the Ming Dynasty City Wall Relics Park in Beijing June 21, 2013. China has 2.7 million U.S. dollar millionaires and 251 billionaires, according to the Hurun Report, but 13 percent of its people live on less than $1.25 per day according to United Nations data. The average annual urban disposable income is just 21,810 yuan ($3,500). China has pledged to double household incomes over the coming decade in a bid to close a wealth gap so wide it threatens social stability. Although the proportion of extreme poverty has fallen over recent decades, about 12 percent of the country' s 1.3 billion people still live on less than $1.25 per day, according to a 2013 United Nations report. Pictures taken on July 20 (L) and June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS WEALTH)

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BANGLADESH-BUILDING-SAFETY
RTXZMQ6
May 15, 2013
A pair of men's cargo shorts made in Bangladesh are shown at a Gap retail store in San Francisco, California...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
A pair of men's cargo shorts made in Bangladesh are shown at a Gap retail store in San Francisco
A pair of men's cargo shorts made in Bangladesh are shown at a Gap retail store in San Francisco, California May 14, 2013. Major U.S. retailers, including Gap Inc, declined to endorse an accord on Bangladesh building and fire safety backed by Europe's two biggest fashion chains, a trans-Atlantic divide that may dilute garment industry reform efforts. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE)
BANGLADESH-BUILDING/SAFETY
RTXZLCS
May 14, 2013
A Gap retail store is shown in San Francisco, California, May 8, 2013. The world's two biggest fashion...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
A Gap retail store is shown in San Francisco
A Gap retail store is shown in San Francisco, California, May 8, 2013. The world's two biggest fashion retailers, Inditex and H&M, along with several other companies have backed an accord aimed at preventing another disaster like last month's Bangladesh factory building collapse that killed more than 1,100 people. The other big brands involved in the fire and building safety talks include Wal-Mart and Gap Inc, which said last year it would launch its own safety programme. Gap did not immediately comment on May 13, 2013. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE DISASTER)
BANGLADESH-BUILDING/SAFETY
RTXZLCL
May 14, 2013
A Gap retail store is shown in San Francisco, California, May 8, 2013. The world's two biggest fashion...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
A Gap retail store is shown in San Francisco
A Gap retail store is shown in San Francisco, California, May 8, 2013. The world's two biggest fashion retailers, Inditex and H&M, along with several other companies have backed an accord aimed at preventing another disaster like last month's Bangladesh factory building collapse that killed more than 1,100 people. The other big brands involved in the fire and building safety talks include Wal-Mart and Gap Inc, which said last year it would launch its own safety programme. Gap did not immediately comment on May 13, 2013. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE DISASTER)
BANGLADESH-BUILDING/SAFETY
RTXZLC5
May 14, 2013
People watch as a cable car is turned near a Gap retail store in San Francisco, California, May 8, 2013....
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
People watch as a cable car is turned near a Gap retail store in San Francisco
People watch as a cable car is turned near a Gap retail store in San Francisco, California, May 8, 2013. The world's two biggest fashion retailers, Inditex and H&M, along with several other companies have backed an accord aimed at preventing another disaster like last month's Bangladesh factory building collapse that killed more than 1,100 people. The other big brands involved in the fire and building safety talks include Wal-Mart and Gap Inc, which said last year it would launch its own safety programme. Gap did not immediately comment on May 13, 2013. Picture taken May 8, 2013. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE DISASTER)
HONGKONG
RTR2UFR8
November 25, 2011
Gap sales assistants make last minute preparation at Hong Kong's first Gap Store before its opening in...
Hong Kong, China
Gap sales assistants make last minute preparation at Hong Kong's first Gap Store before its opening in...
Gap sales assistants make last minute preparation at Hong Kong's first Gap Store before its opening in the financial Central district November 25,2011. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
HONGKONG
RTR2UFQE
November 25, 2011
A man stands in front of a Hong Kong's first Gap Store before its opening in the financial Central district...
Hong Kong, China
A man stands in front of a Hong Kong's first Gap Store before its opening in the financial Central district...
A man stands in front of a Hong Kong's first Gap Store before its opening in the financial Central district November 25,2011. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-DEBT/
RTR2MVV3
May 25, 2011
Paul Ryan (R-WI), Chairman of the House Budget Committee, arrives on stage to speak during the Peter...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Paul Ryan is pictured at the 2011 Fiscal Summit on Solutions for America's future in Washington
Paul Ryan (R-WI), Chairman of the House Budget Committee, arrives on stage to speak during the Peter G. Peterson Foundation's 2011 Fiscal Summit: Solutions for America's Future, in Washington, May 25, 2011. After warning about the perils of budget gaps since the early 1980s -- when deficits were positively fashionable -- the Peter G. Peterson Foundation on Wednesday brought together lawmakers, policy experts and top U.S. officials to tackle one question: how to reduce the federal deficit. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-DEBT/
RTR2MVUI
May 25, 2011
Paul Ryan (R-WI), Chairman of the House Budget Committee, walks backstage at the Peter G. Peterson Foundation's...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Paul Ryan Chairman of the House Budget Committee, walks backstage at the Peter G. Peterson Foundation's...
Paul Ryan (R-WI), Chairman of the House Budget Committee, walks backstage at the Peter G. Peterson Foundation's 2011 Fiscal Summit: Solutions for America's Future, in Washington, May 25, 2011. After warning about the perils of budget gaps since the early 1980s -- when deficits were positively fashionable -- the Peter G. Peterson Foundation on Wednesday brought together lawmakers, policy experts and top U.S. officials to tackle one question: how to reduce the federal deficit. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-DEBT/
RTR2MVTZ
May 25, 2011
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton speaks at the Peter G. Peterson Foundation's 2011 Fiscal Summit: Solutions...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton speaks at the Peter G. Peterson Foundation's 2011 Fiscal Summit: Solutions...
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton speaks at the Peter G. Peterson Foundation's 2011 Fiscal Summit: Solutions for America's Future, in Washington, May 25, 2011. After warning about the perils of budget gaps since the early 1980s -- when deficits were positively fashionable -- the Peter G. Peterson Foundation on Wednesday brought together lawmakers, policy experts and top U.S. officials to tackle one question: how to reduce the federal deficit. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-DEBT/
RTR2MVTU
May 25, 2011
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton walks off stage after speaking at the Peter G. Peterson Foundation's...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton walks off stage after speaking at the Peter G. Peterson Foundation's...
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton walks off stage after speaking at the Peter G. Peterson Foundation's 2011 Fiscal Summit: Solutions for America's Future, in Washington, May 25, 2011. After warning about the perils of budget gaps since the early 1980s -- when deficits were positively fashionable -- the Peter G. Peterson Foundation on Wednesday brought together lawmakers, policy experts and top U.S. officials to tackle one question: how to reduce the federal deficit. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-DEBT/
RTR2MVTP
May 25, 2011
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton gestures during the Peter G. Peterson Foundation's 2011 Fiscal Summit:...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton gestures during the Peter G. Peterson Foundation's 2011 Fiscal Summit:...
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton gestures during the Peter G. Peterson Foundation's 2011 Fiscal Summit: Solutions for America's Future, in Washington, May 25, 2011. After warning about the perils of budget gaps since the early 1980s -- when deficits were positively fashionable -- the Peter G. Peterson Foundation on Wednesday brought together lawmakers, policy experts and top U.S. officials to tackle one question: how to reduce the federal deficit. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
IRAN-ECONOMY/
RTXTW8D
October 27, 2010
An Iranian woman walks past a shop window of the Mango fashion label in northern Tehran October 24, 2010....
Tehran, Iran
An Iranian woman walks past a shop window of the Mango fashion label in northern Tehran
An Iranian woman walks past a shop window of the Mango fashion label in northern Tehran October 24, 2010. While ordinary Iranians struggle to survive international sanctions and deepening economic uncertainty, the gap has widened between the disadvantaged and those who can afford to travel to Paris for a haircut. The extravagant tastes of wealthy Iranians show no signs of abating in spite of tougher sanctions targeting the Islamic state over its disputed nuclear programme. Several new shopping malls packed with designer boutiques have just opened in Tehran and cities such as Tabriz and the holy Shi'ite city of Mashhad. Picture taken on October 24, 2010. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
USA-RETAIL/
RTXPG3S
October 08, 2009
The Gap store is pictured on Fifth Avenue in New York October 8, 2009. U.S. retailers posted their first...
New York, UNITED STATES
The Gap store is pictured on Fifth Avenue in New York
The Gap store is pictured on Fifth Avenue in New York October 8, 2009. U.S. retailers posted their first monthly sales increase in more than a year. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
USA-RETAIL/
RTXPG3E
October 08, 2009
A shopper walks down Fifth Avenue carrying a Gap shopping bag in New York October 8, 2009. U.S. retailers...
New York, UNITED STATES
A shopper walks down Fifth Avenue carrying a Gap shopping bag in New York
A shopper walks down Fifth Avenue carrying a Gap shopping bag in New York October 8, 2009. U.S. retailers posted their first monthly sales increase in more than a year. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
USA/RETAIL-DENIM/
RTR27UBY
September 14, 2009
Women's denim jeans are displayed in a retail store in San Francisco, California in this September 3,...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
To match ANALYSIS USA/RETAIL-DENIM/
Women's denim jeans are displayed in a retail store in San Francisco, California in this September 3, 2009 file photo. As Gap Inc promotes its new "Gap 1969" jeans with eye-catching window displays, a host of disparate rivals from AnnTaylor Stores Corp to Guess Inc are upping the ante on the $12 billion apparel category that has seen 8 percent sales growth in the 12 months ended June. To match ANALYSIS USA/RETAIL-DENIM/ REUTERS/Robert Galbraith/Files (UNITED STATES BUSINESS FASHION)
USA/RETAIL-DENIM/
RTR27UBR
September 14, 2009
Patrick Robinson, head designer for Gap Inc., poses with denim jeans in San Francisco, California in...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
To match ANALYSIS USA/RETAIL-DENIM/
Patrick Robinson, head designer for Gap Inc., poses with denim jeans in San Francisco, California in this August 5, 2009 file photo. As Gap Inc promotes its new "Gap 1969" jeans with eye-catching window displays, a host of disparate rivals from AnnTaylor Stores Corp to Guess Inc are upping the ante on the $12 billion apparel category that has seen 8 percent sales growth in the 12 months ended June. To match ANALYSIS USA/RETAIL-DENIM/ REUTERS/Robert Galbraith/Files (UNITED STATES BUSINESS FASHION)
GAP/
RTR26Y3B
August 20, 2009
Tourists wait in a queue for a cable car near an advertisement at Gap Inc's flagship retail store at...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Tourists wait for a cable car near Gap Inc flagship retail store in San Francisco
Tourists wait in a queue for a cable car near an advertisement at Gap Inc's flagship retail store at the Powell Street cable car turn in San Francisco, California August 20, 2009. Gap Inc posted a slightly stronger than expected quarterly profit on Thursday as more full-priced sales, inventory controls and cost cuts helped offset declining revenue at all its chains. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
GAP/
RTR26Y36
August 20, 2009
A basket of flowers hangs near Gap Inc's flagship retail store at the Powell Street cable car turn in...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
A basket of flowers hangs near Gap Inc's flagship retail store at the Powell Street cable car turn in...
A basket of flowers hangs near Gap Inc's flagship retail store at the Powell Street cable car turn in San Francisco, California August 20, 2009. Gap Inc posted a slightly stronger than expected quarterly profit on Thursday as more full-priced sales, inventory controls and cost cuts helped offset declining revenue at all its chains. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
IRAN/
RTXDXUX
April 13, 2009
An Iranian man looks on as he rests at a park in Tehran, April 10, 2009. Reform minded youth see America...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian man looks on as he rests at a park in Tehran
An Iranian man looks on as he rests at a park in Tehran, April 10, 2009. Reform minded youth see America as the land of opportunity and would like to see ties with the U.S. restored but conservative minded youth see the U.S. as the enemy and feel that the Islamic Revolution?s goals must be kept alive. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
GAP/OLDNAVY
RTXDPUK
April 07, 2009
Tom Wyatt, president of Old Navy, Gap's casual, lower-cost brand, walks among merchandise at the company's...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Old Navy president Tom Wyatt walks walks among merchandise in San Francisco
Tom Wyatt, president of Old Navy, Gap's casual, lower-cost brand, walks among merchandise at the company's flagship store in San Francisco, California April 3, 2009. The 15-year old brand, whose motto is "fashion, family and value," is emphasizing value to appeal to its target customers and has faced an uphill battle in recent years as merchandise has been out of whack with shoppers' needs and stores have been in need of a makeover. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
GAP/OLDNAVY
RTXDPUH
April 07, 2009
Tom Wyatt, president of Old Navy, Gap's casual, lower-cost brand, looks over merchandise at the company's...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Old Navy president Tom Wyatt looks at merchandise in San Francisco
Tom Wyatt, president of Old Navy, Gap's casual, lower-cost brand, looks over merchandise at the company's flagship store in San Francisco, California April 3, 2009. The 15-year old brand, whose motto is "fashion, family and value," is emphasizing value to appeal to its target customers and has faced an uphill battle in recent years as merchandise has been out of whack with shoppers' needs and stores have been in need of a makeover. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
GAP/OLDNAVY
RTXDPUC
April 06, 2009
Tom Wyatt, president of Old Navy, Gap's casual, lower-cost brand, is shown among a group of "super modelquins"...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Old Navy president Tom Wyatt poses among super modelquins in San Francisco
Tom Wyatt, president of Old Navy, Gap's casual, lower-cost brand, is shown among a group of "super modelquins" at the company's flagship store in San Francisco, California April 3, 2009. The 15-year old brand, whose motto is "fashion, family and value," is emphasizing value to appeal to its target customers and has faced an uphill battle in recent years as merchandise has been out of whack with shoppers' needs and stores have been in need of a makeover. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
HM
RTXCQLS
March 13, 2009
People shop in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish fashion...
Moscow, Russia
People shop in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow
People shop in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish fashion giant H&M, the world's third-biggest clothing retailer by sales after Gap Inc and Spanish Inditex, opened its first Russian store in Moscow on Friday. H&M is likely to feel some effects from the global financial crisis but is doing better than some of its competitors, the company's top executive said on March 12, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA FASHION SOCIETY BUSINESS)
H&M/
RTXCQJ1
March 13, 2009
A woman speaks on the phone as she visits the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March...
Moscow, Russia
A woman speaks on the phone as she visits the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow
A woman speaks on the phone as she visits the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish fashion giant H&M, the world's third-biggest clothing retailer by sales after Gap Inc and Spanish Inditex, opened its first Russian store in Moscow on Friday. H&M is likely to feel some effects from the global financial crisis but is doing better than some of its competitors, the company's top executive said on March 12, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA FASHION SOCIETY BUSINESS)
H&M/
RTXCQIW
March 13, 2009
A woman visits the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish fashion...
Moscow, Russia
A woman visits the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow
A woman visits the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish fashion giant H&M, the world's third-biggest clothing retailer by sales after Gap Inc and Spanish Inditex, opened its first Russian store in Moscow on Friday. H&M is likely to feel some effects from the global financial crisis but is doing better than some of its competitors, the company's top executive said on March 12, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA FASHION SOCIETY BUSINESS)
H&M/
RTXCQIS
March 13, 2009
People shop in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish fashion...
Moscow, Russia
People shop in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow
People shop in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish fashion giant H&M, the world's third-biggest clothing retailer by sales after Gap Inc and Spanish Inditex, opened its first Russian store in Moscow on Friday. H&M is likely to feel some effects from the global financial crisis but is doing better than some of its competitors, the company's top executive said on March 12, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA FASHION SOCIETY BUSINESS)
H&M/
RTXCQIM
March 13, 2009
A woman tries on shoes in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish...
Moscow, Russia
A woman tries on shoes in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow
A woman tries on shoes in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish fashion giant H&M, the world's third-biggest clothing retailer by sales after Gap Inc and Spanish Inditex, opened its first Russian store in Moscow on Friday. H&M is likely to feel some effects from the global financial crisis but is doing better than some of its competitors, the company's top executive said on March 12, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA FASHION SOCIETY BUSINESS)
H&M/
RTXCQHV
March 13, 2009
People shop in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish fashion...
Moscow, Russia
People shop in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow
People shop in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish fashion giant H&M, the world's third-biggest clothing retailer by sales after Gap Inc and Spanish Inditex, opened its first Russian store in Moscow on Friday. H&M is likely to feel some effects from the global financial crisis but is doing better than some of its competitors, the company's top executive said on March 12, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA FASHION SOCIETY BUSINESS)
H&M/
RTXCQHU
March 13, 2009
People shop in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish fashion...
Moscow, Russia
People shop in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow
People shop in the newly opened Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish fashion giant H&M, the world's third-biggest clothing retailer by sales after Gap Inc and Spanish Inditex, opened its first Russian store in Moscow on Friday. H&M is likely to feel some effects from the global financial crisis but is doing better than some of its competitors, the company's top executive said on March 12, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA FASHION SOCIETY BUSINESS)
H&M/
RTXCQHR
March 13, 2009
People crowd before the opening of the Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish...
Moscow, Russia
People crowd before the opening of the Hennes & Mauritz store in Moscow
People crowd before the opening of the Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) store in Moscow, March 13, 2009. Swedish fashion giant H&M, the world's third-biggest clothing retailer by sales after Gap Inc and Spanish Inditex, opened its first Russian store in Moscow on Friday. H&M is likely to feel some effects from the global financial crisis but is doing better than some of its competitors, the company's top executive said on March 12, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA FASHION SOCIETY BUSINESS)
H&M/
RTXCP2X
March 12, 2009
Swedish fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz Chief Executive Rolf Eriksen poses for a picture with Moscow's...
Moscow, Russia
Swedish fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz Chief Executive Rolf Eriksen poses for a picture in Moscow
Swedish fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz Chief Executive Rolf Eriksen poses for a picture with Moscow's Kremlin in the background during his interview with Reuters March 12, 2009. H&M, the world's third-biggest clothing retailer by sales after Gap Inc and Spanish Inditex, will open its first Russian store in Moscow on Friday. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA FASHION BUSINESS)
H&M/
RTXCP2P
March 12, 2009
Swedish fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz Chief Executive Rolf Eriksen speaks during his interview with...
Moscow, Russia
Swedish fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz Chief Executive Rolf Eriksen speaks during interview with Reuters...
Swedish fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz Chief Executive Rolf Eriksen speaks during his interview with Reuters in Moscow, March 12, 2009. H&M, the world's third-biggest clothing retailer by sales after Gap Inc and Spanish Inditex, will open its first Russian store in Moscow on Friday. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA HEADSHOT FASHION BUSINESS)
H&M/
RTXCP2K
March 12, 2009
Swedish fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz Chief Executive Rolf Eriksen speaks during his interview with...
Moscow, Russia
Swedish fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz Chief Executive Rolf Eriksen speaks during interview in Moscow...
Swedish fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz Chief Executive Rolf Eriksen speaks during his interview with Reuters in Moscow, March 12, 2009. H&M, the world's third-biggest clothing retailer by sales after Gap Inc and Spanish Inditex, will open its first Russian store in Moscow on Friday. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA FASHION BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
RETAILTRAFFIC/
RTXARJY
November 19, 2008
Shoppers pass a GAP store along 5th Avenue in New York, November 19, 2008. U.S. retail stores may be...
New York, UNITED STATES
Shoppers pass GAP store on 5th Avenue in New York as holiday shopping season begins
Shoppers pass a GAP store along 5th Avenue in New York, November 19, 2008. U.S. retail stores may be much less crowded this holiday season, as one research firm, ShopperTrak, sees foot traffic sliding a record 9.9 percent as shoppers suffer from the weak economy and low consumer confidence. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
GAP-MURPHY/
RTR1SUX2
August 17, 2007
A shopper holds a bag after making a purchase from a Gap clothing store in Washington August 17, 2007....
Washington, UNITED STATES
A shopper holds a Gap bag after making a purchase as a store in Washington
A shopper holds a bag after making a purchase from a Gap clothing store in Washington August 17, 2007. The style quotient at Gap Inc has been in short supply in recent years, but the struggling retailer may just have found it in an unlikely source -- a little-known executive praised for bringing flair to Canada's No. 1 drugstore. Although Glenn Murphy -- named Gap's head late last month -- lacks the apparel experience that some believe is needed to run the San Francisco-based company, his track record at Shoppers Drug Mart shows that he may be able to revitalize a tired brand. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
CHINA MIDDLECLASS
RTRL4P6
January 21, 2005
A Chinese mother and child beg in front of a fashion billboard in Shanghai, January 21, 2005. Living...
Shanghai, China
A Chinese mother and child beg in front of a fashion billboard in Shanghai.
A Chinese mother and child beg in front of a fashion billboard in Shanghai, January 21, 2005. Living standards for China's 1.3 billion people have risen sharply after more than two decades of economic reforms that have boosted private business and capitalist-style investment. But tens of millions of people are still mired in poverty, and Beijing has been concerned that a widening wealth gap could undermine social stability. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC
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