PALM SPRINGS, Calif. -- The big private label programs at big chains are liable to get bigger and more important in 1995, according to Mark Husson, vice president, J.P. Morgan Securities, New York. Husson, formerly a U.K. retailer and now retail analyst, spoke about the status of supermarket private brand programs, and where some are likely to be headed, during a conference called Retailer Brand Realities, held here and hosted by the Institute for International Research, New York. An ...
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