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So gone is the legendary “Look Policy” for employees, which banned French-tip manicures, certain hair-styling products and
This week's Businessweek cover is really something. A representative from Abercrombie declined to comment on the magazine
He once said the brand was "exclusionary" and that it only marketed to the "cool kids."
Teens once flocked to Abercrombie, lured by the perceived coolness of the A&F name and trademark moose logo. But the retailer was slow to adapt when fashion trends shifted and customers began shunning logos.
A lower court ruled in her favor, saying Abercrombie was liable for religious discrimination. Then, an appeals court reversed
Abercrombie expects to close up to 60 stores in the U.S. this year, the company said. Hollister operates around 600 stores
While Abercrombie has received praise in some areas for its inclusive environment -- a company press release notes that the
Abercrombie's sales have fallen off a cliff over the past year and the formerly cool retailer -- known for its razor focus
Dobroski noted that the relationship between overall rating and CEO approval was not a surprise to him. “The same is conversely
The company said Jeffries, who has served as Chairman since 1996, will continue to serve as its chief executive, while Arthur
The best part of this, that very few people caught, is that they are for now only going to sell the "plus-size" clothing online. Not at the stores. Apparently, Abercrombie has standards. The "fat, uncool" women cannot go into the stores. They can shop online, where they belong.
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
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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
Abercrombie has two stores in France, including one on Paris' Champs Elysees avenue. A queue of youths often can be seen
Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries reportedly hates the color black so much that he refuses to carry it in his store or
Jefferies explained the policy in a different way to Salon back in 2006: “We go after the cool kids. We go after the attractive