It hasn't been a good past 12 months for Abercrombie & Fitch. The popular teen retailer has seen sales slide four straight quarters, as its 'it' factor is wearing off among younger consumers. CEO Mike Jeffries had to fend off activist investor Engaged Capital earlier this year, only appeasing the investor by allowing additional independent directors onto the company's board. However, a change in perspective seems to be helping. Shares are up 22 percent this year -- and Abercrombie is our Chart of the Day. Can the addition of new executives, and a new President, preserve the brand? ¿
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