Charney has had conversations with American Eagle Outfitters chairman and SB Capital Group head Jay Schottenstein, among others, in an attempt to regain his foothold at the company. Charney, who is still a shareholder, has been advocating a new approach for the company that involves opening more brick-and-mortar stores — seeming less than discouraged by the fact that he was fired only last month.
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