TORONTO — Loblaw Cos. said Wednesday that it will be re-entering the U.S. retailing market — with apparel stores. Four units of its Joe Fresh stores, which sell stylish and low-cost apparel in a concept created by Joe Mirman, will be opening in New York later this year in what was described as a pilot program by Allen Leighton, Loblaw's president and deputy chairman, speaking at an investor conference here Wednesday. Leighton noted that Joe Fresh represented one opportunity for Loblaw to ...

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