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"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"What's happening with your dollars and sense? It's money time right now. Checking in with heparin. Tillerson's Dan dos. Thanks, Rick. The Dow and the S and P. 500 fellow money falling. A record setting session on Friday is traders worried about rising coronavirus cases and search for clues on additional fiscal aid? 30. Talk, doubt traded 148 points Lower. Yes and P. 500.4%. The NASDAQ composite, meanwhile, rose 0.3% and hit a fresh record high. Value stocks. Which had been on a tear recently, like their growth counterparts on Monday. Doubt finished at 30,069 off 148 points. The S and P 500 shed seven to close at 36 92. The NASDAQ was the bright spot of 56 to 5 12,020, an all time high. Sector's closed mostly down with games and technology, utilities and communications services. Gold was up at 18 65 announced. Oil was off more than 56 cents to 45 76 barrel. Local interest shares were mixed. American Eagle Outfitters was up 34 cents to 1949 a share. Arconic Miss by $2 closing at 28 81. PPG was also off down to 04 finishing at 1 14 89 We check your money a 2050 past the hour from heaven Toasting this is damn Gauss on 100.1. FM and AM 10 20. Katie K a toe listen to his.
U.S. stocks finish mostly lower while Nasdaq hits fresh record
"And the S and P. 500 fellow money falling. A record setting session on Friday is traders worried about rising coronavirus cases and search for clues on additional fiscal aid? 30. Talk, doubt traded 148 points Lower. Yes and P. 500.4%. The NASDAQ composite, meanwhile, rose 0.3% and hit a fresh record high. Value stocks. Which had been on a tear recently, like their growth counterparts on Monday. Doubt finished at 30,069 off 148 points. The S and P 500 shed seven to close at 36 92. The NASDAQ was the bright spot of 56 to 5 12,020, an all time high. Sector's closed mostly down with games and technology, utilities and communications services. Gold was up at 18 65 announced. Oil was off more than 56 cents to 45 76 barrel. Local interest shares were mixed. American Eagle Outfitters was up 34 cents to 1949 a share. Arconic Miss by $2 closing at 28 81. PPG was also off down to 04 finishing at 1 14 89
Struggling Kraft Heinz sells dairy brands to Lactalis
"Of its cheese business. The company will sell its US natural cheese business in a mix of other cheese brands to a French company for $3.2 billion The maker of Heinz Ketchup and Oscar Mayer deli Meat, says the sale is part of its plan to simplify its business and focus on brands that have the best potential to resonate with contemporary consumers. American Eagle Outfitters
"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Featured? Who would actually And Yeah, like here, I'll go through it. I'll tell you like you're a little girl. Okay? Denham, she works at route 21 has some really refined eyebrows. So that's so rude. 21 is her Okay, Okay. Haircuts. She has many piercings all over her face. And she was at a call center. She works at Master cuts, Everyone master cuts. Thanks. Backpacks. Come get your bag back. First of all, I love her. She's holding up her cheetah backpacks, and she works at Journey's paints and boots and pain. Okay, bitchy boots and pants. Guy works at American Eagle Outfitters. And he wasn't nice to us. Dawn tried getting them And then Alexis tried booking him on our show. And he 70 was too busy, like so generous to be a part of this. Oh, God, I'm like, What? Are you busy? Okay, New shoes is from off Broadway shoes. Something I've never heard before. Eso Anyway, there's there's all the stores represented in that promo. Oh, my goodness. Probably close now home. Yeah, probably probably. Bringing up journeys. That's why I love to shop there. And I remember getting Doc Martens there and that was a big deal. Oh, well, Colin used to have a thing with the buckle. Have you ever guys and shopped in a bell? That was obsessed for a while, but the buckle? Yeah. Maybe it wasn't Colin. Maybe. Okay. Shane from the Jason show. Shane. I think Jane worked there and maybe I'm crisscrossing stories. But anyway, one of them their friend group had a game. Because they buckle the buckle really, really pounds into their associates that you have to be like. Hi. Welcome to the buckle can help you with and they have their like on you like flies. You can't make it past. They don't want you to get the sale rack back in the back. Yes. Colin's friend Group or Shane's Friend Group had a game. Where they had to try to make it to the back of the buckle without getting asked if they wanted help, And I think it was Colin. But it was and they never one like the never gone to the back of the store commission. Why do they work on commission? For sure. That was the whole retail game. I used to work in a shop called April Cornell in Boston. And then when I moved back here, there was one of the Galleria. And that was the name of the game. You had to be right in the front. You agree to that customer, and then you were. That was your person. You've helped them their entire shopping experience, and you got the commission. Okay, maybe the buckle. Maybe it was a commission thing, but I don't like that as a consumer. Don't Eser. I was being employee. I handed it to me. I wouldn't like that either. It was all colonists. It was his friends. I don't mind being asked once but then can you leave me alone? Like if I want help, then I will find you if you'd just be available. Yeah, but not sometime. Right there. Sometimes. Best bye. I love you Best buy. I love that you're here. I love that. You're on the rebound. You've been doing well, You're revamping Zehr. Great, but sometimes I got to call you out. BB. Sometimes your people are like on you. I mean, you walk from one department, I'm asked, like 8000 times. Can I help you? No, I'm fine. Can I help you? Nope. I'm fine. I'm still fine. Still fine. I haven't changed from blenders. Two TVs. I'm fine. I'm still just that it is still just looking. But anyway, I know they're just doing their jobs. But you try to cut through the cellphone area, and I'm like, okay, I'm fine. Fine. Fine, Fine. Don't ask. I do want to just like maybe just get a visor that says I don't need any help. I don't need any help, like put on the mask. Yeah. Oh, that's go put on my mask. So that's a good idea. 8 41 stay right there, everyone. We're going to take a break. Bring and wrap up the show. When we come back Cove in 19 spreading rampantly throughout the world, almost one million deaths. African Americans hit harder than others. The double whammy..
Banks are Cutting Their Risk By Cutting Your Credit Card Limits
"On this Wednesday may twentieth. Hey have you applied for a new credit card in the last couple of months if so and if you've had trouble getting approved well you're in good company? Given all the financial uncertainty were experiencing right. Now banks are nervous so they're making it much tougher to qualify for new cards to avoid taking on customers. Who may not be able to pay their bills. According to the Saint Louis Federal Reserve forty percent of. Us Bank say. They're getting choosier about who they lend money to. Where that's issuing credit cards or personal loans? That's the biggest pull back in lending since two thousand nine. According to see net among the biggest lenders to play defense this way discover financial services apply for a discover card. And you'll find the company verifying your employment not just your credit score and if you are approved your credit limit may well be less than you'd hope for on recent earnings called discover CEO. Roger Hawks Trial said the company's taking these and other steps to quote curtail risk to put it more plainly discover and other financial institutions. WanNa make sure they don't get saddled with too much. Unpaid debt pre pandemic discover had been growing steadily and profitably twenty. Nineteen was a good year and the company was expecting twenty twenty to be even better instead. Discover lost about sixty million dollars in the first quarter of this year and its future like the future of so many other businesses is clearly uncertain which is to say things may not be any easier at the other major credit card companies both city and capital. One say they are also tightening up credit requirements C net reports. Okay so maybe you can't get a new card and you haven't seen one of those zero balanced transfer offers that to flood your mailbox in months but that's not all. Some companies are reducing credit limits for existing customers. It's happening a lot one out of four American credit card users. That's fifty million. People have had their credit limits slashed on at least one card in the previous thirty days some have even had an account closed. That's according to a survey by compare cards a service owned by lending tree. Those changes are hitting Gen Z. Millennials and Gen xers equally according to see net. Apparently baby boomers are being spared so far. This is a tough thing to have happened. If you've just lost your job or you expect to and it often comes as a rather ugly surprise credit cards dot com analysts had rosman told Marketwatch. Most people don't realize how much freedom credit card issuers have to cut limits or even cancel cards without warning companies that acknowledged they're assessing credit limits. Include Wells Fargo. Us Bank in American Express and American Express spokesperson told Marketwatch that the company is based in credit limits on quote real time. Evaluations of a person's financial help so too is synchrony financial which issue store credit cards including JC Penney. Gap and American Eagle outfitters discovers. Roger Hawks child however is expressly said the company is not slashing credit limits or closing inactive accounts given the millions of Americans who are now jobless hawks trial call those actions challenging according to Bloomberg. Pulling away credit. When they need it most can have tremendously adverse impacts hawks trial set indeed. Many people rely on credit cards as emergency funds in April about a month into lockdowns about forty seven percent of Americans had credit card debt. That's up four points from March. According to a survey by CREDIT CARDS DOT COM and having your credit limit reduced or a card cancelled can hurt your credit score. Even as news rolls out about the new challenges of getting and keeping credit banks are also enrolling people in programs intended to help almost half a million discover account holders signed up for its skip a payment program. Those account holders have balances of more than three and a half billion dollars altogether. Yes you heard that right. Billion WITH A B. Other issuers are also
"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Percent respectively with the ten year treasury at zero point six four percent locally GNC rose another ten percent American Eagle outfitters up six percent as they slowly open up about six hundred stores by the end of may urban outfitters also up five percent to six consolidating gains again on eight and a half percent rejected money at twenty one fifty from half until it's in the same department is ready at ten twenty KDKA all right back out to the phones we go let's see what's going on in white oak that's where bill is high bill hi Wendy thanks for taking my call love your show I just wanna make a comment I didn't so much work for any criticism on governor wolf because we've heard a lot of that and and it's all true what I want to say is I want people to be careful and research who you vote for because I don't know where Tom wolf came from but I do know this much about him he started in state government by being appointed by governor ed Rendell after making hefty political contributions to his campaign this guy is you know he's he's what I call W. W. L. white wealthy white liberal and he does not have anything in common with most of the people in this state greed so my advice is going forward please when you go to vote make sure you look into your voting for yes because you're going to live with what you get as we are right now Hey man I think that is great advice bill and I'm glad you are hung on for a minute to place that thank you so much Sir Bruce's in Oakland hi Bruce where DO you enjoy the show thank you I'll get right to the point windy we've been we've been being told for a couple months now that they're listening to everything that health professionals we should listen to everything that felt perverse yeah okay well yesterday on Wednesday screening so Dr Cyril Wecht who's one of the most well renowned doctors in the world yeah David this is all political and now we're a wealthy politicization is ran and I'd wouldn't you rather listen to Dr Cyril Wecht been a pediatrician beyond that why wouldn't you listen do you P. M. C. M. C. who's forty hospitals that have fifty two hundred and twenty five beds hi to all of one hundred and twenty cold with patients in them as of last week savior is ridiculous if you are the only per person on on radio in Pittsburgh we TV that puts the real stories like this out well thank you Sir I thank you for joining us and listening and I certainly appreciate that bruh thank you Hey surely in Greensburg go ahead dear well I am very upset the doctor Rachel Levin's mother decided it was safer to get out of the nursing home that her ater said was safe so that makes me a little suspicious yep and another thing is the voting we thought of a ballot to mail in voting but we're not allowed to go out and go to the post office said we had needed stamps to put on our ballot to send it back in to have our vote count as yes what's that all about well the good news is Nancy Pelosi's planning on giving the US postal service another twenty five billion dollars of your of your money so maybe whenever they are you can just make a down payment on that too among other things our cannabis what the heck is cannabis has to do with anything with what we are dealing with at this point hundred percent correct yes I agree and and why would why under that category was the first item on the agenda for our lieutenant governor was a sixty seven Scott County tour of gauging public reaction to legalize weed you took my last point I'll girlfriend why why did he go to all the counties and talk about that and not talk about what is going on with a little help induction how about people can't pay their bills businesses are closing how about I don't know people who can't get food what more I think there are a few other things surely that you and I could probably draw down on to make a list and we can present that to our lieutenant governor who clearly doesn't have a clue but thank you very much surely from Greensboro well done traffic.
Weak sales growth hits American Eagle outlook; shares slide
"And American Eagle outfitters did manage to beat earnings forecasts but it also suffered a shortfall in comparable store sales and also wish in a rather disappointing outlooks on American Eagle outfitters shares right now our tumbling nearly fifteen
"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In the US China trade war impact the clothing business so I think it's going after this dynamic that we've seen in the industry for some time we're the weaker getting bigger and stronger getting stronger and when I refer to the strong I'm referring to those off price retailers TJ maxx Marshalls Ross and Burlington on they've been on a strong run and this latest terror faction is their place to sort of benefit from it or be relatively insulated from its worst you write that off price retailers will be better positioned than their apparel selling rivals to ride out the storm why self one reason is quite simple which is can they don't source as much of their goods from China as some other players in the space do all three of them they get less than ten percent of their goods from China now that compares to the north of twenty percent for the American Eagle outfitters or Abercrombie and about forty percent for keep those which is the parent company of that namesake brand as well as White House black market still less exposure to the track also officers have a really unique buying model and they'll be poised to benefit from that sue is it will be harder than usual for the full price chains to decide you know what volume to buy and what price to put things that so once the cat at character and acted on September first on three hundred billion dollars worth of goods it's going to be this cloud of uncertainty for retailers as they try to make these buying decisions inevitably consumers are going to start to feel squeezed but they don't know exactly when and they don't know exactly to what extent it's really hard choices about how much of the price increases to pass on to consumers what quantity of each item to buy what brands to buy and inevitably they're going to mess up he makes a mistake because this environment is just going to be so challenging insulin for in a match for the operators had the opportunity you buy excess stock from full price retailers and brands and inevitably a lot of them are going to have more of that on their hands and they like and they can be very desperate to unload that inventory and so that puts add off pressures in a good position to get good merchandise and to be in a strong negotiating position to get at a good price you talk to a retail analyst who said for off price destruction and chaos are good yes and it because they'll be able to benefit from the mistakes of the the full price I retail stores or the full price retail.
"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"And which case are doing a great job the article in question Lizzy sent was from Bloomberg and the stats are a little wonky. So there was some great stuff in the article they talked about what retailers are doing right to attract and maintain younger shoppers. But the study that site it was a little weird. It was from something. I forget the name of. But it was basically like an association of shopping centers. They'd done a survey of people who had visited malls in twenty eighteen over a three month period, and they found that jen's e ninety three year ninety six or some outrageously high percentage of these younger people who by the way, our ages seven to twenty two currently that or to your thing. Oh, yeah. She is the youngest millennial because she's not Jansy. She's tool. Sorry. So some ninety percent of jen's e had been to the mall compared to like seventy percent of millennials and like less than that of gen-xer, whatever. But they weren't really clear on the methodology. Which is what always bothers me. It was like I'm pretty sure they surveyed the jen's e and the older generations in different timespans. So like the variables didn't match up any rate. I'm not gonna say that jen's e is saving the mall because I don't wanna give anyone credit for anything. But I will say that the things that retailers were doing right. According to this article, we're like obvious things that are not unique to the mall itself. Right. So like one of them is encouraging people to shop with their phones by by redeeming, some sort of discount or promo by showing something on their mobile phone. Another thing that gen Z likes customisation purse. Finalisation? Did you know that at some American Eagle outfitters locations? There's a table in.
"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"But and I decided to get rid of our storage unit number of years ago, and we had a ton of books in there and let it go. Those books was a real process. It was like just an emotional process of letting go of it. We had around one thousand books. Do you know how hard it is to get rid of that many books? Very heavy. Like, it sounds like it would be easy. It sounds like you would just drop them off at the library. No. We sent him to people we donated we take two little free, libraries, we sold some of that lick. It was months of work trying to get rid of these books that we owned. It was not easy at took thoughtfulness. It was a hard process. But once that process was over I really felt like it was hard one. And a real sense of peace about it. Which if good if it really got. So I just hit my hat to you. I tip Lisa's tiara to you for doing great work and doing right by the earth and right by yourself. Yeah. It's not easy to do the right thing. It's probably the one thing we've learned in doing this show is in in business, and fashion and podcast. It's it's not easy to do the right thing. Also, not easy to hold this cat right now. But I figured it can be the anniversary party without Sabrina. She looks very comfy in your arms. She's not. She's trying to get away on the table. She just stabbed me with our claws right in my gut furry that has razors. I don't understand see. And this. This is like the one major difference between me and Carne is is cats and dogs here. We've got another really short letter from Amanda. She says, Amanda forwarded us the latest Email she had gotten from American Eagle outfitters which was delightful because it showed a variety of body shapes and sizes wonderful. So she sent it. And she wrote Krisha Amanda here. I just got this ad in my inbox and wanted to share look at all the sizes and shapes. I only shop at airy. But now, I might actually look at the other pieces when I get my brow. Let's keep up the good work love. Amanda, man. We've come a long way. Like, I'm so excited to see. That's a versity. Yes. There are some beautiful bodies in that Email, and it was just really well done. So it's always nice to see something. Awesome out their progress. This one is from grace who says hi guys. I've just listened to the listener letter where the writer is trying to pack for a massively multi purpose. Wardrobe m w. I believe that was the listener who was going on a four month trip. Yeah. I remember grace says I have a great suggestion Lolita blouses with detachable sleeves. What is this like cargo pants where they can become shorts? Yes. But cuter, so do you know what a leader blouses car? Okay. So for those of you who may not know, it's it's very schoolgirl ask lots of ruffles and like, Peter Pan, collars. And it's it's big in Japan. And so grace says I've been wearing the leader fashioned for a few years now and many brands including bodyline angelic, pretty and baby. The Starshine bright are all well-known brands that offer those sorts of blasts with these detachable sleeves a word of warning..
Green Growth to launch hostile bid for pot producer Aphria
"Melissa Africa. Shares are up almost twenty two percent after green growth launched a takeover bid for the Canadian cannabis company under the deal. Africa shareholders will get one point five seven shares of green growth brands for each Africa. Share representing a forty five point five percent premium over Africa's closing price on the T SX on December twenty fours. The CEO bring growth is Peter Horvath, a former Victoria's Secret and American Eagle outfitter executive in the release. He says we are confident that the significant premium we're offering and the opportunity to participate in the growth of a stronger combined company. Are so compelling that we are taking our offer directly to Africa shareholders wrote says it engaged Africa's board to attempt to negotiate an agreement before launching the takeover bid. Green growth says combining the two companies would create a formidable player with. Operations at both the US and Canada and will combine Africa's low cost cultivation with green growth retail footprint. Analysts have predicted that we will see more emanate the space as it matures and heads towards consolidation. We have reached out to Africa, but have not
"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Thank you, Gino. Retail rally on Wall Street today. The Dow jumped three hundred fifty four points, the NASDAQ one forty two the SMP just about forty one. The Dow snapped a four day losing streak record sales for thanksgiving. Black Friday and cyber Monday gave investors some hope about the economy Pittsburgh zone. American Eagle outfitters jumped more than five percent today. Thanks to strong sales for the weekend and probably today as well. GM dented all those hopes, by the way with news that it will cut jobs and close plants because it's sedans are not selling president. Trump blasted the move and workers at the GM Canadian plant that will close walked off the job CVS and Aetna. Expect their sixty nine billion dollar merger close Wednesday after that you can expect to see a lot more healthcare options at your local CVS store and the supreme court will decide if consumers can sue apple over its app store. Some angry people say apple unfairly dominates that Mark. Making apps more expensive than they should be. We check your news at twenty and fifty after the hour from CNBC. I'm Chuck Catholic on NewsRadio ten twenty Katie gay. News coming up at four thirty headlines now with rose at the news desk commerce, by and RG energy. No, we will have reaction from the mayor of Detroit GM's announcement that it's cutting up to fourteen thousand workers and closing several assembly plants NASA celebrates the landing of insight on the Mars surface this afternoon, and Katie KYW radio's Joe DO tells us Pittsburgh is inching closer to the wettest year ever recorded. We'll have those stories at four thirty on NewsRadio ten twenty Katie gay. Now time to check in with David. Hi, feel find out. What's coming up on? Katy k TV news starting at five. David. What do you have? Gino. Yes. No is coming back at least in some areas. Eerie is expected to get hammered with up to eighteen inches. So what is it gonna be like here? Jeff result will tell us a con artist. Couple arrested they accused of operating telephone scam. We'll tell you how they allegedly tricked people. It's bucks season. There are too many deer tons of deer accidents in Pennsylvania. So we're going to take a look at the effort to thin out the heard,.
"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"The battle for your underwear battle of the brawl at. I understand why it's changing because American eagle's brand has caught onto something. That is critical is that the marketing is changing the audience who was buying it. Like people don't want the over hyped over sexualize push up bra. They want something that they can actually wear and their daily lives, and like real people just feel good. Yeah. Under sexualize regular sexualize. I can't keep up with Victoria secret. You are too sexy. They can keep up with themselves. Don't worry about it. The reason why it's working to is. Because they have the product back it up. Yeah. I buy American Eagle underwear because it lasts forever. It fits correctly. And it's not gonna break. The Bank at hits all of the like boxes that hits box hits all the boxes, but it needs to. In order for me to make that purchase or to put down my car. The thing that touched me recently was that they did the campaign with persons with disabilities. This is a company that I want to support. Yeah. This is a company that I can get behind or you could get your behind in. That's what I heard. You know, a part of me wonders if they're taking the airy brand out of, you know, I I don't know that they're going to take area out of the main American Eagle outfitters stores. But I wonder if they're splitting off and having dedicated stores because they know that the original brand is big for guys and girls in the high school range of ages. I wonder if they're doing it as sort of a comfort level to for shoppers who identifies female, I don't know. But it is pretty ballsy right now to take something with end this demographic and say, by the way, we're expanding because everybody else's contract. Yeah. All of these other mall based retailers appeal to this demographic are shutting out like crazy. I just read something about Hollister they doing so. Well, right now, they're like, oh, yeah. Forget that. We're gonna expand everyone else's like have you heard that mall stores are closing and American Eagle outfitters. Like, but have you seen her underwear? It's pretty good. Good. Good. I'm intrigued I would shop there. Yeah. Woodshop? I don't think once coming Tampa. I, but when has that ever been I list, I also liked that they're not opening like one hundred fifty stores. It's still am bishops. But it's not insanity. Because you know, that these eighty physical stores are going to be in markets where area does really well, exactly. They got that data speaking of doing well in different markets. Did you guys hear that Kylie cosmetics is gonna be an Ulta? Oh, yes. It's coming.
"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on Before the Millions
"Highschool and thinking to myself man i don't want to do is graduate high school and go to college and then i went to college and i said to myself now i just can't wait to graduate college and get a job and then i got a job and i thought man i just can't wait to retire you know so so i went to college oral roberts university tulsa oklahoma i majored in marketing in fact i had a fantastic marketing professor mentor of mine that really got very charged up about business and stuff like that a graduated college and i went back to my home state of minnesota and i actually worked in in retail for american eagle outfitters they're still around and that was the last time i was in style that i worked for them for about a year out of college in you know is nice because i took my time because i knew i wanted to be in high tech i wanted to get into high tech marketing so i took my time finding the perfect job and so ended up going to work for seagate technology and that's what brought me to colorado seagate designs manufacturers hard disk drives and so i had a very traditional marketing job was always had a great career there spent fourteen years at seagate loved the people that i worked with and while i was working at gay back in two thousand two thousand three i read the book rich dad poor dad and i know so many people that come on your show and have read and were inspired by robert cusack his book and that's what did it for me and so that led me in my wife to buy or first rental property in two thousand four and i'll tell you that.
"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"You. This is part of a larger strategy that he's doing to open stores and very specific locations. It's a big deal because everybody is closing stores. He is opening them. That's why it's a big deal. It's like there's two strategies here that it's the fork in the road. You can't have both right either. You're saying we're going to double down on online and reduce our physical footprint or we're going to go into brick and mortar. Everybody's really stressing how strategic they are going number can mortar whether it's location, whether it's selection, whether it's inclusion, yes, it's. It's definitely one or the other. There is no you can't have it. All. Yeah. And if they decide to go into a brick and mortar there's this bigger push for experience based retail. It's happening all over the place. I was just reading about how where is American Eagle peritoneal just opened a store in New York where you could do your laundry in the store like is crazy excuse me. What? Yeah. I feel like there's so many places I feel like I have to go when I'm in New York like I wanna go by Carl's store because that's not too far from where I'm going to be. I also wanna do laundry at American Eagle what is life? Isn't it? Great though. That's a that is an amazing concept because you can do your laundry shop fantastic because you'll be sitting there. Anyway. The Nordstrom men's store opened this week. And they have a barbershop inside people are really thinking about experiences as you shop. But I have more questions about the laundromat. I don't have any answers. Okay. I'm gonna do some independent research on this. This is like we ask ask him. You ask your parents something, and they tell you to go look it up. That's what Kearns just did. To me, you guys she came unprepared to class. She only read the tweet. She didn't click on the link. And now, I gotta look it up on my click on the link. I just did not read it. Open. Do you have it open? Can you tell us more because I need to know about algebra? Because as a person who does laundry, but doesn't have laundry machines in my dwelling laundry his bench, dude, right? It's their new union square store and the laundry machines are free. What's the catch? You have to be an American Eagle outfitters. You cannot leave which I like what they're doing what they're stores, I think they are doing amazing things especially with their underwear lately. Oh my God. That underwear SOGA yet? It's free, dude. Do they have like a lounge setup or do I have to stay upright and shop the whole time. Do I have to have an item in my hand to prove my legitimacy there? Oh, they also do on the spot alterations of jeans. Smart people. Okay. Says across from the workshop are three brand new commercial, washers and dryers. The hope is that students from the surrounding dorm buildings because NYU is right next door will come and hang out to do their laundry..
"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"Last year, we talked about Nike having a pro he job line, and they are adding more colors this year to this line, which was heavily tested before it was widely released. They tested it on athletes who wanted a more modest dress that would allow them to perform. So this was. Very much tested before it hit the public market and surprising one that I didn't know about American Eagle outfitters had a line of jobs last year that sold out completely. Also, the acceptance that modest fashioned doesn't have to be unfashionable modest doesn't mean. Yes. Modest doesn't have to mean. Frumpy modest doesn't have to mean closed off. So there's there's really a movement now where fashion designers apparel sellers are looking to this market. There's still some backlash from people who think that the job is a symbol of Prussian. I don't agree with that personally. But some people have made some comments, and I'm not gonna call him out because they don't deserve my time. But you know, I think that thing we come back to in the thing that at h comes back to is that religious identity is apart of a lot of younger people right now in a very public way in a very unashamed way. And so these people who are very comfortable with their religious identity and wearing it on the outside. They also want to spend their money with brands who they feel that relate to that way of life. I don't know do you think this is really becoming mainstream? Do you think it's a gimmick by brands? Do you think this has staying power? Are we evolving? I'm hoping it's where evolve egg. I don't think it's a gimmick, especially if brands like Uniqlo brand like agent of stayed with it for five years. That's pretty good for a vast fashion house just to clarify because I know this modest dress. It involves jobs, but I'm assuming it also involves just like skirt stutter longer bosses that are full-sleeve. Yes. The great thing about offering those different types of clothing is that a lot of people might find themselves drawn to that type of fashion or drawn to that type of offering outside of the demographic where it was necessarily intended, which is wonderful so people who just want to dress modestly not because of religious reasons. Bur just for maybe personal reasons say like that style more its personality type like there's so much overlap where I think before it was just expected that you wanna show everything all the time. And what we're finding is. Oh, wait, there's nuance. There's nuance. Addressing there's lots with what what people like and sometimes people are through even life stages where they want address a bit more modestly, which I think should be celebrated. So I love this showing that there's room for everyone. It's not going to go away. It should be celebrated. Love it. I love the idea that modest fashion can truly just be fashioned. Yes. Yes. I think we saw this in the last season of project runway. And I know I'm talking to a niche audience here that not everybody's sitting around watching lifetime for, you know, twenty two episodes of project runway or whatever, but I on a was one of the top designers and she stuck with her principles of modest dressing through the whole season. And she made it work to use a phrase all season and her creativity. Was so amazing. And it was refreshing to see that being embraced. I do wanna clarify. I looked up h had a job wearing Muslim model a campaign. Three years ago. And so they were one of the first apparel brands to to reflect some of that diversity in their marketing Tirias and Uniqlo's the one that's had the collaboration with the Muslim designer for five years. So but still, you know, you're talking about two very international brands with international audiences. And so it makes sense that they would be at least trying it if not sticking with it. This is great to see. I love this. I'm really excited to see all the creativity. That's coming out of these collaborations. Next story. I want to talk about WalMart and their meal kit service..
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"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"American dream was get a good job be successful then i learned does this started growing up it's starting your own company putting your name over the door and being successful and then it seemed the changed to starting your own company putting your name move the door and finding investors your company you've been invested by american eagle outfitters it doesn't get any bigger than that or better than that what's that about and how's it worked out for you it's been amazing about two years ago it's very about three years over two years ago we sell to them and about three years ago they kind of discovered me in a way that that we had a pop up shop here in new york city it was called city gem it was all based around champion and they came to the store they fell in love with it and all of a sudden i was getting phone calls from jay shot and stain on the owner of american eagle and and roger mark fields who lives in in the industry as well and they were like we gotta get this guy like we wanna have him be part of the team and and so they bought me about two years ago and it's been amazing so i help them out on the american eagle side help them with talent acquisition getting the right people in the men's where side on giving them some critiques every season and kind of helping them steer and then you know they helped me on my side you know we built a store here in new york city about a year ago beijing store house vaillant amazing amazing we're actually gonna hit performa this year which is hit our business plan this year which is amazing so um and.
"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode
"So we'll falls into the better than feared btf category okay american eagle outfitters abercrombie and fits x grass and signet jewelers all fit the bill through i don't want to go over these ptf names how they did how their stocks managed to run and most important to the better than feared quarters genuine bottom for the stocks or is it the kind of bottom that we get like that let's start with mercury this tina powell retail it was pretty pop them within ten years ago i member used to soar but in stock has been stuck trading the teens that a part of the last decade berganio seemed to get some traction in 2014 2015 stock rallying above nineteen dollars last summer but enforcing 2017 is brutal for these guys as young as of last monday the stock had been nearly cut in half falling ten dollars 23 sense what happened american eagle finally seemed like he was getting its act together in 2015 '16 during this period the company was delivering solid mid single digit samestore sales growth solid revenue growth and explosive earnings up seventy three percent in 2015 and then fifteen percent 2016 but the numbers began to taper off in the first quarter this year safer sales up just two percent down forty basis points you're beer total revenue kristen but just one point seven percent and the earnings getting clobbered down thirty six percent then the company reported tuesday night well the results weren't grayton any absolute sense they were much better then cleared marketing oh posted a threeset earnings speed of sixteen sent basis even as the ernie still shrank by seventeen percent more important accompany samestore sales rose by three percent wall street was looking for a point four percent decline members expectations were talking about the speak so that was a huge positive stocks shirts up with eight percent the next day which is how it ended up back at twelve bucks and changes of today makes sense american eagle is not a fabulous company despite all the worries its business is still doing a k.
"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A lot more horizontal his better yes or stream it live or on demand start stop craziness twenty years ago yeah i yeah thirty eight let's bring in tracey jockey at bloomberg mary we have gains on wall street's lead by energy and tech companies the dow is up fifteen points to twenty one thousand four twenty nine the nasdaq is up twenty five points the sp up four and the bloomberg wbz massive she says index is lower by twotenths percent with prime day starting tonight at nine is a big day for amazon prime subscribers an amazon investors m's on shares arising almost two percent but investors are leading other retail stocks go recode reports amazon's been hiring gadget experts that make house calls basically it's amazon's at version of gig squad series of best buy are falling six and a half percent wall street's wanted abercrombie and fish to become abercrombie and fitch an american eagle abercrombie has cut off talks with potential buyers dashing hopes of an investors who thought express our american eagle outfitters would make a deal abercrombie shares are dropping twenty percent business reports dayton 38 past.
"american eagle outfitters" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"That but then we started looking at other areas like a pair of lifestyle a pair all that are selling to a young adults and then it was a totally different world in a lot of these retail outlets for example we work in the westfield mall for example in san francisco you walk through the mall there's not a single store that doesn't have music cranking at i know i actually that is exactly what i thought about when i went she your site as i was thinking about this shopping experience and go into a store in they are just cranking music like these sad and it just makes you feel like pum oh yeah yeah exactly and and you know and it's were were sort of taking it from a different approach in a worst starting on the digital side i so brands like american eagle outfitters light charlotte rues we're actually starting on the digital site i they've got a very young audience that are very mobile savvy they do most of their purchases on the phone as well on so we actually have a radio player i mean you can think of it as a white labelled pandora player that lives in their apps so they can actually go in they generate the music and we say they mean the store jerry of this the brand a brand brand the brand will will generate will warn work with the brand as well to help facing is there target audience right that was really fun about this is that we used data then said we use actual data determine in what songs to people like what a dislike what are the skip what songs were they listening to when they actually bought the product and will then take that information and ideally and warm the brick and mortar side because a brick and mortar there's really not much data challenge okay there are more people bopping their heads on this song and the other wind that's not compelling rape so this is where we think we as at ten of an interesting edge as you start as we start expanding into into the brick.