The American Eagle Outfitters back-to-school collection marks its largest denim offering yet, with a range of 15 fits for women and 11 for men that hits stores and online July 8.
American Eagle Outfitters will offer limited-edition AEO pride t-shirts, tanks, boxer, brief, and accessories with 100 percent of sales benefiting It Gets Better Project.
The retailer’s stock plunged over 10 percent due in part to a sharp decrease in fourth quarter earnings.
The teen specialty retailer posted a 17 percent increase in earnings per share over last year.
In this role, Madore will oversee all aspects of finance, merchandise planning and allocation and investor relations.
Teen retailer American Eagle Outfitters delivered a strong first quarter, driven by compelling merchandise, strategic investments and solid execution across the organization.
With plans to open a store at the University of Georgia and the University of Tennessee this year, we recently caught up with Snyder to get the scoop on the new store roll-out, the design, and what role American Eagle played in these new openings.
American Eagle Outfitters has appointed Peter Z. Horvath to the position of chief global commercial and administrative officer, effective May 9.
American Eagle has launched a new ad campaign for its men’s underwear line, Aerie, using four real men as models, without any retouching.
For Fiscal 2015, American Eagle Outfitters’ earnings per share jumped a whopping 73 percent to $1.09 from $0.63 in 2014.
American Eagle Outfitters, Inc. has appointed Jay L. Schottenstein Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. The move came on the same day as American Eagle announced positive third-quarter results.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based teen retailer American Eagle Outfitters, Inc. has announced the acquisition of Todd Snyder in an $11 million all cash and stock deal.
American Eagle Outfitters has partnered with non-profit organization No-Shave November to inspire discussion around cancer awareness among a younger crowd and raise funds for four cancer organizations.
American Eagle Outfitters Inc. promoted two of its chief merchants to global brand presidents.
American Apparel, American Eagle Outfitters, Bon-Ton, Dollar General, Gordmans, JCPenney and Target are all in various stages of CEO searches.
Exeutive chairman Jay Schottenstein steps in as CEO as Robert Hanson leaves American Eagle Outfitters.
NEW YORK—Three major teen retailers will stop reporting their monthly sales performance, according to a report in Bloomberg News today. Abercrombie & Fitch, Aeropostale and American Eagle Outfitters will all cease reporting monthly same-store sales after tomorrow’s January figures come out. Abercrombie & Fitch officially announced last November that it …