|Traded as||TYO: 9983
|Headquarters||Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi, Japan|
|Revenue||¥1,143 billion (FY2013)|
|¥132 billion (FY2013)|
|¥90 billion (FY2013)|
|Total assets||¥885 billion (FY2013)|
|Total equity||¥579 billion (FY2013)|
Number of employees
Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. (ファーストリテイリング Fāsuto Riteiringu?) is a public Japanese retail holding company. In addition to its primary subsidiary Uniqlo, it owns several other brands, including J Brand, Comptoir des Cotonniers, g.u., Princess Tam-Tam, and Theory.
The company was founded as Ogori Shoji Co., Ltd. in 1963 by Tadashi Yanai.
In September 1991, Ogori Shoji changed its name to Fast Retailing Co., Ltd., and was listed on the Hiroshima Stock Exchange in July 1994.
The company also owns the American brand Theory; Fast Retailing acquired "an equity stake in Link Theory Holdings Co Ltd, the marketer of the Theory and Helmut Lang apparel brands, in 2004". It acquired the rest of the company in 2009.
- Fast Retailing Co., Ltd partnered with Accenture to develop digital innovation in consumer services across all retail channels 
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- [dead link] "Fast Retailing of Japan Makes Offer of $900 Million To Buy Barneys". International Herald Tribune.
- Li, Shan. "Fast Retailing buys majority stake in L.A. denim line J Brand". LA Times.
- "Accenture and Fast Retailing Join Forces to Develop Digitally Enabled Consumer Services".