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This week's Businessweek cover is really something. A representative from Abercrombie declined to comment on the magazine
Water And The Thirst To Remain Blue Water is a feminine quality. Think back to the old spiritual teachings--male energy in
The company's shares were down 6.5 percent before the bell. U.S. same-store sales fell 5 percent. Abercrombie Shares, which
Abercrombie's sales have fallen off a cliff over the past year and the formerly cool retailer -- known for its razor focus
Engaged Capital revealed in the letter that it has a position in Abercrombie of around 400,000 shares, or about 0.5 percent
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
At least three analysts cut their price targets on A&F's stock and others were looking for the company to explain its plans
Even in the teen fashion industry, where retail workers are expected to wear the style of clothes they sell, Abercrombie & Fitch stands out for its draconian dress code.
When Esraa Mohamed interviewed for a job at an Abercrombie in Fairfax, Va., the manager asked her about her hijab and whether
John Hitchcock, managing director of bespoke tailor Anderson & Sheppard, said that if big names like Abercrombie moved to
Abercrombie has two stores in France, including one on Paris' Champs Elysees avenue. A queue of youths often can be seen
Jefferies explained the policy in a different way to Salon back in 2006: “We go after the cool kids. We go after the attractive
Though Abercrombie issued an apology since it came under fire for a resurrected inflammatory interview, body image advocates
Several months later, Abercrombie released a shirt that said “Brunettes have brains.” It was a far cry from the systemic
How and why did a little "spark" in the news seven years ago become a conflagration today?
After CEO Michael Jeffries' controversial comments about how Abercrombie & Fitch only "goes after the cool kids" resurfaced
The declines in sales actually came before controversy erupted over Jeffries' 2006 remarks, in which he defended the exclusivity
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.
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.
A “cool kid” falls in unrequited love with someone he or she can’t have, but can’t help how he or she feels. Since you are