American Apparel

American Apparel Rejects Takeover Bid Led by Fired Founder

Earlier this week, the Los Angeles-based company received a $300 million bid from a group of investors who are backing the return of Dov Charney.

Reuters

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Carly Okyle

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American Apparel Files for Bankruptcy

The company has been trying to rebound since the ousting of its founder and former CEO Dov Charney.

Phil Wahba

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American Apparel Issues Dire Warning to Shareholders

The embattled retailer warned investors could face 'substantial or total losses' of their investments.

Phil Wahba

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10 of the Dumbest Social Media Blunders Ever

The Internet is an effective means of building your brand slowly or mangling it in a big hurry.

Eric Samson

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Reuters

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Ousted American Apparel Founder Dov Charney Seeks $40 Million in Damages

Charney is seeking millions of dollars for a breach of employment contract, his attorney said.

Reuters

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American Apparel Under Regulator Scrutiny for Possible Violations

The investigation is looking into a potential legal violation related to Dov Charney, the company's founder and former chief executive officer.

Reuters

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OK, So You Failed. Now What?

Three things you should understand about failure.

Tasha Eurich

· 6 min read

A Proactive Approach to Addressing Unethical Behavior in the Workplace

Smaller companies migh not have formal procedures for accountablity. Here's why maintaining high standards is a good long-term practice.

Burton Goldfield

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American Apparel Tries On Something New: Ethics.

After firing its scandal-mired chairman, the company has updated its code of ethics to include rules about workplace relationships.

Reuters

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American Apparel Founder Dov Charney Is 'Suing Everyone'

With supposedly only $100,000 in his bank account, majority shareholder Charney told a reporter he is going after all those who did him wrong.

Laura Entis

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