3/25/2019
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Levi Strauss shares rose even higher on Friday after ending Thursday, its first day of public trading, up 32% from its debut. Now the iconic jeans brand is looking at what's next, with a short-term goal of increasing sales to the $7.1 billion the company was making more than two decades ago and a long-term goal of growing sales to $10 billion, CEO Chip Bergh said.

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