Contents 1 Development 1.1 Finances and operations 2 Corporate and headquarters 2.1 Staffing partnership 2.2 Franchise agreement 2.3 Logistics 3 Stores and other brands 3.1 aerie 3.2 Martin + Osa 3.3 77kids 4 International expansion 5 New American Music Union 6 Controversies 6.1 Strike 6.2 Abercrombie & Fitch lawsuits 7 OpStore count 8 See also 9 References 10 External links

Development[edit] American Eagle Outfitters, Green Oak Village Place An American Eagle Outfitters store in the mall SM Aura Premier in Bonifacio Global City, Metro Manila, Philippines American Eagle's beginning was with the Silverman family, which owned and operated Silvermans Menswear. By the mid-1970s, two of the Silverman brothers—from the third generation of Silvermans in the family business—were running the family business. Jerry Silverman was the president and CEO, while his brother, Mark Silverman, served as executive vice-president and COO. The Silverman brothers were convinced they needed to diversify their product offerings in order to continue growing their company. They also recognized that the addition of new family-owned chains would then enable them to operate more than one store in the same mall. Their first attempt was to open American Eagle Outfitters in 1977, positioning it as a proprietor of brand-name leisure apparel, footwear, as well as accessories for men and women, emphasizing merchandise suited for outdoor sports, such as hiking, mountain climbing, and camping.[8] Stores were set up in shopping malls and a catalog was established. The chain grew for much of the 1980s. In 1989, the owners decided to refocus their business on American Eagle Outfitters, selling their other retail chains. At that time, there were 137 American Eagle Outfitters stores in 36 different states. Despite the plans for quick growth after the reorganization, American Eagle Outfitters opened only 16 new stores by 1991 and the company was losing money. At this point, the Schottensteins, who had been 50% owners of the chain since 1980, bought out the founding Silverman family's interest. This change in leadership resulted in American Eagle finding its present niche: casual clothing for men and women selling private label clothes. When the company began trading on the NASDAQ stock exchange in the second quarter of 1994, it had 167 stores and a healthy cash flow.[citation needed] With the cash infusion from the IPO, the company opened more than 90 new stores within the next year. Several new executives joined the company in 1995 and '96, leading to another change in the target demographic.[citation needed] Over the next five years, revenues quintupled to $1 billion by 2000.[3] AE opened the first Canadian store in 2000.[9] As of January 30, 2016, the company operated 949 AEO brand stores, and 97 stand-alone and 67 side-by-side Aerie stores located in shopping malls, lifestyle centers, and street locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Hong Kong, China, the United Kingdom, and internationally.[5] The company had 21 franchised stores operated by franchise partners in 10 countries.[4] On January 22, 2014, then-CEO Robert Hanson stepped down[10] and Jay Schottenstein became interim CEO.[11] Finances and operations[edit] On March 15, 2005, the company adjusted its accounting of rent expenses and construction allowances after the Securities and Exchange Commission noted that a number of companies had been improperly logging these items.[12] Due to "disappointing product execution in the women's category", American Eagle posted only a 3% gain in the 2013 second quarter profits and the stock price dropped.[13]

Corporate and headquarters[edit] American Eagle Outfitters Headquarters In mid-2007, American Eagle Outfitters moved its headquarters from Warrendale, Pennsylvania to a more urban location at the SouthSide Works complex in Pittsburgh. The cost of the buildings and adjacent property was approximately $21 million (excluding interior finishing and additional construction costs). The addresses of the buildings are "19 Hot Metal Street" and "77 Hot Metal Street", with the numbers symbolizing the first store opening in 1977. The facilities of the Southside Works Campus include a Private Garage, a Lab Store for each brand, Photo Studio and in-house Cafeteria. Other offices are located in New York (Design and Production).[14] Staffing partnership[edit] In June 2008, the company signed an exclusive staffing agreement with JBCStyle. This agreement encompassed all of American Eagle Outfitters' freelance staffing needs in New York City as well as any outsourced permanent search. The company has opted to engage JBCStyle's sister Company Jonathan Beth Consultants to manage payroll for all corporate hourly employees. American Eagle Outfitters has renewed its agreement with JBCStyle for two subsequent years. Franchise agreement[edit] In June 2009, the company signed the franchisee agreement with M. H. Alshaya, one of the leading retailers of the Middle East.[15] The agreement will see the introduction of the first stores outside the North American market, with the first two opening in Dubai and Kuwait on March 16 and 25, 2010, respectively and a store which opened on October 15, 2011 in Kaslik near Beirut, Lebanon, another store opening followed in June 2012 in Hamra Street, Beirut. Followed by another store located in Beirut City Centre, Hazmieh.[citation needed] Logistics[edit] The company maintains distribution centers in Hazleton and Warrendale, in Pennsylvania (U.S.), as well as Ottawa, Kansas (U.S.) and Mississauga, Ontario (Canada).[16]

Stores and other brands[edit] Items are placed on wooden shelving, tables, or clothes racks. The clothes in low-volume stores are hung on basic black hangers, and higher-volume stores have wooden hangers. There is usually a flat screen television hanging in the back of the store or behind the cash wrap. The floors are typically wood or concrete. The theme and displays change based on seasonal lines and promotions. aerie[edit] Main article: Aerie (American Eagle Outfitters) Aerie store in the SouthSide Works area of Pittsburgh. In February 2006, American Eagle launched the aerie lingerie sub-brand, targeting the American 15- to 25-year-old female demographic segment.[17] In addition to lingerie such as a wide variety of bras and other undergarments, the aerie line also sells dormwear, active apparel, loungewear, accessories and sleepwear. What started as a sub-brand quickly became a standalone concept in its own right, featuring a complete fitness line, called aerie f.i.t. The aerie brand is sold in American Eagle Outfitters stores, on-line through the American Eagle Web site, and in stand-alone aerie retail stores. The first stand-alone aerie store opened in August 2006 in Greenville, South Carolina[18] and was followed by two more test stores later that year. As of December 2010, there are currently 147 stand-alone aerie stores in the United States and in Canada.[19] Aerie has started a campaign that focuses on promoting their models’ real bodies. This entails their slogan #AerieREAL and adding to their advertisements that models seen have not been retouched. Doing this is a way that they have chosen to take a stand against the use of photo manipulation in media. Iskra Lawrence, while she models for the lingerie line, is also the global role model for the brand.[20] Martin + Osa[edit] The company's second stand-alone lifestyle concept, launched in 2006 and targeted men and women from 28 to 40 years of age.[21] It featured cashmere sweaters and casual clothing for an older target audience. They also sold products by Fred Perry, Ray-Ban, Adidas, Onitsuka Tiger, and HOBO International. In March 2010, management announced that all 28 Martin + Osa stores would be closed, after a failed attempt at success in retail markets, causing AEO, Inc. to lose up to $44 million.[22][23] 77kids[edit] In October 2008, American Eagle released and launched 77kids, a line of clothing aimed at children from two to ten years of age.[24] Initially an on-line only concept, AEO opened its first 77kids store on July 15, 2010, in The Mall at Robinson in Pittsburgh, PA,[25] and eight others followed that year. Expansion continued throughout FY2011. 77kids stores, meant to be a fun shopping experience for younger children, featured interactive games and activities throughout the stores that children could play with while shopping.[26] American Eagle Outfitters announced on May 15, 2012, that it would sell or close all 22 of the 77kids stores by the end of July 2012.[27][28] Robert Hanson, who became CEO in January 2012, said 77kids had a loss after taxes of roughly $24 million on sales of $40 million in the 2011 fiscal year. On August 3, 2012, American Eagle Outfitters completed the sale of its 77kids to Ezrani 2 Corp, a company formed by Ezra Dabah, the former Chairman and CEO of The Children's Place.[29] Ezrani renamed the stores to "Ruum" in 2013.[30]

International expansion[edit] American Eagle opened its first Canadian store in 2001, followed by a store in San Juan, Puerto Rico. In 2010, AEO opened stores in Kuwait, Riyadh, and Dubai. A store in Kaslik near Beirut, Lebanon, was opened on October 15, 2011. A store in Cairo, Egypt, opened in late 2011. In September 2011, two stores opened in Moscow, Russia. Its first store in Jordan opened in November 2011 in the brand-new Taj Mall. Its first store in Tokyo, Japan opened on April 18, 2012. The first store in Tel Aviv, Israel, opened in February 2012,[31] after the Israeli-based clothing retailer FOX signed a contract with AEO and have expanded to Jerusalem, Israel.[32] Currently, there are also stores in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong.[33] American Eagle Outfitters opened its first store in the Philippines in March 2013.[34] American Eagle is also opening stores in Mexico. The first opened in Mexico City at Fashion Mall Perisur on February 20, 2013 and at Centro Santa Fe On June. Another is scheduled to open in Guadalajara later in 2013 at Fashion Mall Galerías Guadalajara.[35] In 2014 the company financed the rescue and renovation of the Jardín Edith Sánchez Ramírez pocket park in Mexico City. American Eagle has also expanded to the United Kingdom in November 2014. So far they have stores in Westfield London, Westfield Stratford City, and Bluewater.[36] The Westfield London store opened on November 14, 2014, the Westfield Stratford City store on November 17, 2014, and the Bluewater store on November 19, 2014. All UK operations have now been ceased with their UK website closed and all UK stores due to close by the end of July 2017.[37][38] American Eagle Outfitters opened its first store in Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, on October 3, 2015.[39]

New American Music Union[edit] American Eagle was the primary sponsor of New American Music Union, a music festival at SouthSide Works in Pittsburgh on August 8 and 9, 2008.[40] The concert featured Gnarls Barkley, Spoon, The Raconteurs, and Bob Dylan and his band.[40] The festival, which had been planned as an annual event, did not return for a second year because American Eagle had moved away from using music as a marketing tool.[41]

Controversies[edit] Strike[edit] In 2004, textile and apparel workers union UNITE HERE launched the "American Vulture" back-to-school boycott of American Eagle[42] in protest of alleged workers' rights violations at the company's Canadian distribution contractor National Logistics Services (NLS). On the 2007 second-quarter conference call,[43] CEO James O'Donnell clarified the American Eagle's relationship with NLS and its effect on business. He explained, “ We owned NLS with the acquisition of Braemar back in 2000, and we subsequently sold off NLS in 2006, and we are currently a customer of NLS... We have really no involvement at all with Unite Here and NLS. Our only involvement with NLS is basically as a customer, and there have been some allegations made, I think, to some of, to the public about it affecting our business. I can tell you right now it has not affected our business. ” Abercrombie & Fitch lawsuits[edit] Since 1999, Abercrombie & Fitch has sued American Eagle Outfitters at least three times for allegedly copying its designs and its advertisements. On all occasions, American Eagle prevailed in court under the statement that A&F cannot stop American Eagle from presenting similar designs, since such designs cannot be copyrighted in the United States. Nevertheless, American Eagle clothing designs have since trended away in appearance from Abercrombie & Fitch designs. The merchandise offered by American Eagle is considered to be "retro/vintage" cost-efficient clothing, whereas Abercrombie & Fitch merchandise has become an internationally known "near-luxury" line of clothing with "preppy", high-grade, and high-priced fashions, on the same level with that of companies such as the Polo Ralph Lauren company.[44] Judges have generally ruled that giving Abercrombie exclusive rights to market its clothing in a certain way "would be anti-competitive."[45] Hijab Controversy In 2017 American Eagle Outfitters began to sell a jean hijab online, which sold out in days. The fall marketing also included a Muslim model wearing a hijab. The reaction was swift, some calling it "inclusive" and progressive, and others calling for a boycott of American Eagle Outfitters.

OpStore count[edit] Africa:  Egypt: 3  Morocco: 2  Tanzania: 1 Americas:  United States: 904  Canada: 101  Mexico: 26  Colombia: 12  Puerto Rico: 6  Panama: 2  Costa Rica: 1  Curaçao: 1  Guatemala: 1  Peru: 1 Asia:  Israel: 40  Japan: 35  South Korea: 19  Philippines: 11  China: 8  United Arab Emirates: 8  Hong Kong: 6  Saudi Arabia: 6  Thailand: 6  Kuwait: 3  Lebanon: 3  Singapore: 2  Bahrain: 1  Indonesia: 1  Jordan: 1  Qatar: 1  Oman: 1[46] Europe:  Greece: 4  Russia: 4  Poland: 2

See also[edit] Companies portal Pittsburgh portal List of companies in the United States List of S&P 400 companies

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