Japanese fast-fashion retailer Uniqlo will move faster to build its U.S. presence with plans to open at least 20 new stores in 2014 as it builds out from hubs in New York City and San Francisco, COO Larry Meyer said Tuesday. "Everything is on the table. We're constantly trying to reinvent ourselves. We'll do smaller stores. We're trying to match the store size to the market," he said.

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