NEW YORK, United States — Teens don’t shop the way they used to. Where young consumers with spare cash once thronged the likes of Abercrombie & Fitch Co. and American Eagle Outfitters Inc. for clothing that telegraphed their identities, the new generation is poorer, shuns logos and socializes more on the Internet than at the mall.
NEW YORK, United States — Abercrombie & Fitch Co, Aeropostale Inc and American Eagle Outfitters Inc have fallen out of fashion with fickle U.S. teen shoppers and aren't likely to win back their business anytime soon.
NEW YORK, United States — U.S. retailers reported higher sales for July, but they relied heavily on discounts to lure cost-conscious shoppers who have remained frugal so far during the crucial back-to-school season.
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