From paring its store count and inventories to looking for expansion opportunities overseas, the key themes in apparel retailing were on display at American Eagle Outfitters Inc.
The Pittsburgh-based company on Wednesday said it would close 50 to 100 stores in the next two to five years as it reported that second-quarter net income fell 66.2 percent following markdowns to clear an aggressive position in tops and the closure of the 28 Martin + Osa stores.
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