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Gymboree Expected To File For
Bankruptcy Again, Close All 900 Stores 
Another national retailer is poised to disappear from shopping centers. Children's clothing retailer Gymboree will reportedly file for bankruptcy for the second time in 18 months and close all of its remaining locations. The liquidation will affect 900 Gymboree locations, although the future of Janie and Jack and Crazy 8 stores, also owned by Gymboree, remains uncertain. 


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