Corporate Restructuring - Two of the proudest names in American retailing have changed hands, and their new owners have their work cut out for them. Classy men's apparel chain Brooks Brothers and glitzy toy merchant FAO Schwarz have been losing money because they have been operating in increasingly unfriendly markets. That's why, unlike their products, they were sold at cut-rate prices.
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