10 Facts About Carter's


Carter's, Inc is a major American designer and marketer of children's apparel.

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Carter's sells its products through its own Carter's and OshKosh B'gosh retail stores, its website, and in other retail outlets such as department stores.

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Carter's later created exclusive lines for retailers Walmart and Amazon.

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Carter's acquired competitor OshKosh B'gosh for $312 million in 2005.

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In 2012, Carter's, Inc announced that Braselton, Georgia would receive their 1-million-square-foot, $50 million distribution center that will support their e-commerce, retail, and wholesale businesses.

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In February 2017, Carter's, Inc acquired Skip Hop Inc, an infant and child product company based in New York, for $140 million in cash and up to $10 million in future payments contingent on reaching certain financial goals in 2017.

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In October 2012, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reported that Carter's Inc was likely to lease in the Phipps Tower in Buckhead for its headquarters.

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In December 2012, Carter's Inc announced that it was moving its headquarters from Midtown Atlanta.

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Manulife Financial Corp owns both the Proscenium and the Phipps Tower so Carter's terminated its lease early in one building and moved to the other.

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Carter's is given a C grade by Yale University's Chief Executive Leadership Institute as a corporation that is "Reducing Current Operations" in Russia.

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