Levi Strauss to Outsource Finance Unit - Wall Street Journal


Levi Strauss, the closely-held apparel maker is in the process of outsourcing its finance function, as part of a larger initiative to pare down costs. The move is the last part of Levi Strauss’ global productivity initiative, announced last year and designed to shave $175 million to $200 million annually from the company’s expenses.

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