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Teen Retailer Awards Each Winner $5,000 College Scholarship and Will Feature Finalists in Fall Campaign New York, N.Y., September 7, 2010 /PRNewswire/ What do Channelview, TX; Costa Mesa, CA; and Rio, WI have in common? They're home to the winners of
Even in the recent Great Recession one of the worst downturns the U.S. has ever seen some companies kept growing...While most companies were scrambling to minimize earnings declines or losses in 2008 and 2009, Robinson (with a $10.8-billion market
Hot Urban Outfitters' second-quarter net income increased 46.3%, to $71.7 million, or $0.42 per share...Same-store sales rose 7%, with comps climbing at the Anthropologie, Free People, and Urban Outfitters brands by 13%, 24%, and 9%, respectively. A
As you can see, Aeropostale has reported extremely impressive same-store sales over the last several difficult years, and arguably stolen market share from its teen retail rivals in the process. The secrets of Aeropostale Despite its great
Abercrombie & Fitch posted better-than-expected earnings for its second quarter but announced that it will close 60 underperforming stores this year and 50 more next year as it focuses on international expansion. But analysts' concerns about profit
The Marlton Telegram With the first day of school right around the corner, stores are setting out their fall fashions, and items are flying off the shelves. Everyone agrees: Plaid is in, purple is hot, and the Ugg boot is not going anywhere.
For the first time, teen retailer Abercrombie & Fitch Co. Facebook as a marketing tool in a promotion that gives teens a shot at Hollywood fame. Abercrombie also launched its racy quarterly magazine for the first time in seven years, and rival
I really can't take it anymore. The shirts with the company name on them.I mean Aeropostale, Hollister, American Eagle, Abercrombie and Fitch (and whatever else there is). I really, really don't get why they are so successful and big.
Lindeman, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Bill Wade/Post-Gazette The new children's clothing store created by South Side retailer American Eagle Outfitters Inc. Still within mom's line of sight but with enough edginess to let kids try on a little adventure
Retail sales results for June were mixed Thursday morning, as the first numbers came in from the nation's retailers, with analysts warning that even positive results could mask underlining weakness in consumers' buying power. Warmer temperatures that