As teens turn from malls to phones, b...

As teens turn from malls to phones, brick-and-mortar brands are suffering

There are 2 comments on the San Jose Mercury News story from Nov 12, 2013, titled As teens turn from malls to phones, brick-and-mortar brands are suffering. In it, San Jose Mercury News reports that:

Where young consumers with spare cash once thronged the likes of Abercrombie & Fitch and American Eagle Outfitters for clothing that telegraphed their identities, the new generation is poorer, shuns logos and socializes more on the Internet than at the mall.

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laura mcdonald

Dothan, AL

#1 Nov 12, 2013
These slacker teens need to get a job like my generation did, and earn their money to buy clothes, put money aside for college or learning a trade otherwise they will be on the street.

Fair Lawn, NJ

#2 Nov 14, 2013
Word. Teenagers realized that aero shouldnt be worn. Its part of growing up.

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