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He once said the brand was "exclusionary" and that it only marketed to the "cool kids."
Abercrombie's sales have fallen off a cliff over the past year and the formerly cool retailer -- known for its razor focus
The move comes more than a month after shareholder Engaged Capital LLC urged the retailer to replace current Chief Executive
The company said the new agreement has a more simplified, performance-based compensation structure that is designed to align
"We expect promotional levels through the holiday season to maintain the depth and aggressiveness seen in September and October
At this point, it's safe to say that most people don't consider Abercrombie & Fitch the most desirable place to work. But
Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries reportedly hates the color black so much that he refuses to carry it in his store or
Critics slammed Jefferies earlier this year over resurfaced statements he made to Salon in 2006, in which he admitted the
Several months later, Abercrombie released a shirt that said “Brunettes have brains.” It was a far cry from the systemic
Abercrombie & Fitch has apologized twice since Jeffries' comments in a 2006 Salon article were re-released by Business Insider
“In every school there are the cool and popular kids, and then there are the not-so-cool kids,” he says. “Candidly, we go
My community looks to the rabbi as the one who embodies Torah and shares it with them. They don't really care much about the shape or gender of the person who transmits it and teaches it.
"I challenge the separation of attractive and fat, and I assert that they are compatible regardless of what you believe," Baker
Abercrombie and Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries issued what we'd describe as a semi-apology on Thursday for once saying that he doesn't want "fat" or "not so cool" kids wearing his company's clothes. It didn't go over very well, but before we explain all that, let's go through the entire episode in a bit more detail.
He even posted it to Facebook: Some People Are Probably Taking It Too Far: The End. Oh, Does That Have Anything To Do With
POLL: "We go after the cool kids. We go after the attractive all-American kid with a great attitude and a lot of friends
I am nothing like you or your brand -- and that, Mr. Jeffries, is a beautiful thing.
The documents in the lawsuit -- filed in 2010 by a pilot who claimed he was fired for being too old -- lay Abercrombie & Fitch's