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Victoria's Secret / Jeffrey Epstein / Victoria Secret #1186581

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 20, 2020
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Retail powerhouse Victoria's Secret is finding itself a victim of its own fashion, and tonight, word it's being sold. Our senior business correspondent Stephanie Ruhle explains why a cultural shift as the company's struggling. From star studded fashion shows to racy commercials, it's no secret Victoria's Secret is in the business of selling sex. This is a great place to shop if you do want to feel sexy. But tonight, a stunning fall for the world's largest lingerie brand. After years of plummetin...
Reporter(s):
Stephanie Ruhle
Duration:
00:01:55

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