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 company said Jeffries, who has served as Chairman since 1996, will continue to serve as its chief executive, while Arthur
The company also said it plans to hire brand presidents for its Abercrombie & Fitch, abercrombie kids, and Hollister brands
A&F reported a net loss of $15.6 million, or 20 cents per share, for the third quarter ended Nov. 2 compared with net income
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Mike Jeffries, Abercrombie CEO, Reportedly Bans The Color Black From Stores And Employees' Wardrobes
Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries reportedly hates the color black so much that he refuses to carry it in his store or
Abercrombie's executives aren’t alone in facing criticism from shareholders over pay in the wake of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial
Several months later, Abercrombie released a shirt that said “Brunettes have brains.” It was a far cry from the systemic
Deutsch also laid into Jeffries' appearance, suggesting that he has no business policing his clientele for attractiveness
After the meeting, A&F released the following statement: “We look forward to continuing this dialogue and taking concrete
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.
But It Looks Like People Aren't Buying It: Oh, Does That Have Anything To Do With The YouTube Video Of The Guy Giving Abercrombie
After the Abercrombie & Fitch CEO's choice words about his consumer base set the Internet aflame, a new campaign asking people
I am nothing like you or your brand -- and that, Mr. Jeffries, is a beautiful thing.
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