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Laid-off workers sue American Apparel

Three former employees of American Apparel have filed a complaint accusing the Los Angeles retailer of failing to give adequate notice before laying off about 200 employees.

Lawsuits, Complaints Continue to Proliferate at American Apparel

Three former employees of American Apparel have filed a class action lawsuit against the company, WWD reports. The lawsuit alleges that in cutting 200-odd jobs last month, American Apparel was acting in violation of federal and state labor laws. Read more...

Laid off American Apparel workers seek damages in lawsuit - court filing

(Reuters) - Three former American Apparel Inc employees who were among 200 laid off earlier this year are suing the retailer, saying they were not given appropriate legal notice, their attorney said on Thursday. The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. Show More Summary

American Apparel's Newest Model Is A Sloth

Is American Apparel turning over a new leaf after ousting controversial CEO Dov Charney? The brand, best known for it's provocative images of scantily clad girls just debuted a new ad campaign for it's eco-friendly designs featuring it's newest model--a sloth adorably named Buttercup. Show More Summary

Tisch brothers' shopping app Spring gets $25M

Mobile marketplace Spring has bagged a fresh round of funding. The shopping app, which allows consumers to purchase directly from brands such as American Apparel and Marc Jacobs, just raised $25... To view the full story, click the title link.

The New Look of American Apparel Ads: Fully Clothed Women

The ad is designed to position American Apparel as a pro-female company.

Will This Sloth Save American Apparel

Buttercup, a three-toed sloth hailing from Costa Rica, is pictured striking a sultry pose on American Apparel’s Earth Day page. “Buttercup has a surprise! Stay tuned,” reads the website. Read more...

american apparel taps up band of outsiders menswear designer for post dov era

Joseph Pickman has been brought on board to reinvigorate the men’s offering at the “Made in USA” brand.

American Apparel Wants to Keep Out Its Sleazy Former CEO. Tanking Sales Aren’t Helping.

American Apparel has become the subject of a fierce power struggle between its founder and former CEO, Dov Charney, and its current management. Charney—the man who built American Apparel’s fashion-forward, made-in-the-U.S.A., somewhat...Show More Summary

American Apparel to cut 180 jobs amid a turnaround bid and worker ire

American Apparel Inc. is laying off about 180 employees as the company tries to engineer a comeback in the midst of worker discontent with new management.

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American Apparel is laying off 180 employees in rebound effort

American Apparel Inc. has started laying off about 180 workers mostly in its sprawling manufacturing operations in Southern California as the clothing maker tries to turn around years of losses.

What the Hell Is Going On At American Apparel

One by one, the remnants of "old" American Apparel have been stripped away. The company recently fired longtime creative directors Marsha Brady and Iris Alonzo—the latter of whom, according to our sources and as corroborated by an earlier...Show More Summary

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