Corporations: Jumpers at Jonathan Logan

The rag business, as the $12 billion-a-year garment industry dubs itself, is stretching out. In the lofts above the pushcart pandemonium of Manhattan's Seventh Avenue, Italian seamstresses have given way to Negroes and Puerto Ricans, and in carpeted executive suites, the district's predominantly Jewish chiefs proudly point out that more and more young gentiles are coming in as junior executives. The most significant change, however, is that giants are beginning to appear in an industry where the average firm has 40 employees. Biggest of them all is Jonathan Logan, Inc., whose...

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