Businessweek Depicts Abercrombie & Fitch as an Old Shirtless Man

Much has been written in recent years about the decline of Abercrombie & Fitch. The retailer has gone from producing the must-wear apparel of teens to a company desperately trying to convince people they're cool. So what better way to represent their age issues than to depict them as a shirtless man wearing A&F jeans… » 1/22/15 11:10am 1/22/15 11:10am

Barack Obama Expected to Get Real Old, Real Quick

Now that all that election nonsense has been settled, this week's issue of Bloomberg Businessweek "reports on the road ahead" for President Obama — which, judging from the cover, involves aging 25 years over the course of the next four. Obviously Barack's going to get a few more gray hairs (the past four years have… » 11/07/12 1:20pm 11/07/12 1:20pm