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Kourtney Kardashian's American Apparel Shirt Tops Our Cheap Celeb Finds List

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

We all have a few "secret weapon" stores, those places where we know we can always find items that look great and come in under budget. Welp, it turns out, many of our favorite Hollywood stars have those stores, too. Kourtney Kardashian...Show More Summary

For American Apparel, now out of bankruptcy, it's 'the start of a new day'

American Apparel emerged from bankruptcy Friday, canceling shares of its publicly traded stock and becoming a private company. The Los Angeles clothing retailer and manufacturer is now owned by its former creditors under the name American Apparel LLC. The holdings of former American Apparel Inc....

Dov Charney's new clothing company sounds just like American Apparel

Dov Charney, controversial ex-CEO of American Apparel, is venturing back into the fashion industry. And it seems he's sticking to what he knows best. Charney is reportedly collaborating with Chad Hagan, of operation management firm Hagan Capital, on a new clothing brand. Show More Summary

Report: Dov Charney Creating Another Retail Chain In American Apparel’s Likeness

Now that Dov Charney’s dreams of owning American Apparel again have been totally and completely dashed, it’s time for a new plan: according to a new report, if he can’t have the company he founded, Charney is just going to start over with a new one. Charney is working with one of the same financial partners who backed his …

Dov Charney Wants to Sell You Overpriced Basics...Again

If at first he doesn’t succeed, dust off former American Apparel CEO Dov Charney and give him a new clothing company that sounds exactly like his last one! Read more...

Dov Charney Is Already Working on an American Apparel Competitor

It's been about a week since Dov Charney's takeover bid to regain control of American Apparel was rejected by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware, and already he has plans to start fresh with a new brand that doesn't sound like it will differ greatly from the last one he founded.... Continue reading

Oak's Founders Repurchased Their Brand from American Apparel

Throughout all of American Apparel's financial woes and ownership battles in the last year, it's been easy to forget that the Los Angeles-based basics brand wasn't the only label whose future was at stake — there was also Oak, the small boutique chain that American Apparel acquired in 2013. On... Continue reading

American Apparel CEO Paula Schneider: We Will Grow After Bankruptcy

She and her team are looking at improving the company's e-commerce operation, making its wholesale business more profitable, and generally handling more of what Schneider calls "foundational" concerns.

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Dov Charney's Takeover Bid for American Apparel Rejected by Court Ruling

On Monday, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware issued a ruling approving American Apparel's reorganization plans to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which the Los Angeles retailer filed for in October 2015. This means that Dov Charney's $300 million bid to regain... Continue reading

American Apparel Will Live On After Bankruptcy

A judge decided in favor of reorganizing the company, so the brand will live--without Dov Charney, thankfully.

A bankruptcy court approved American Apparel’s plan for reorganization on Monday over a plan support

A bankruptcy court approved American Apparel’s plan for reorganization on Monday over a plan supported by Dov Charney, which would have put the former CEO and founder back in charge of the company. According to the LA Times, the ruling...Show More Summary

Hedge Fund-Backed American Apparel Founder Loses Bid

A judge approved American Apparel’s (APPCQ) exit from bankruptcy, siding against founder Dov Charney’s offer to regain control of the retailer. Read More »

Judge Picks American Apparel’s Bankruptcy Plan Over Founder Dov Charney’s Buyout Bid

Dov Charney’s dream of buying back the company he founded would appear to be over: a U.S. judge said he will approve American Apparel’s plant to exit bankruptcy and rejected a takeover bid from the former CEO and his financial backers. Instead, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Brendan Shannon’s ruling gives hedge funds like Monarch Alternative Capital the okay to control …

Judge picks American Apparel's reorganization plan, dashing Dov Charney's hopes

American Apparel Inc. will reorganize under a plan put forth by its executives, a bankruptcy judge ruled Monday, dashing the plans of company founder Dov Charney, who had hoped to return to the firm's leadership.  The decision puts the Los Angeles-based clothier one step closer to exiting bankruptcy...

Is the final chapter in Dov Charney's steamy American Apparel tale being written?

Courtroom testimony has just ended and a Delaware bankruptcy judge will have the last word, but it's beginning to look as if the curtain soon will fall on the saga of Dov Charney and his brash clothing retailer, American Apparel. Bankruptcy Judge Brendan L. Shannon is expected to rule Monday on...

Dov Charney Testifies in Bankruptcy Court, Doesn't Make a Ton of Sense 

At a hearing that started Wednesday in a Delaware bankruptcy court and continued today, Dov Charney, the ousted CEO of American Apparel, has attempted to convince a judge to reject the company’s reorganization plan—a plan which would leave shareholders, including Charney, with nothing. Read more...

American Apparel ex-CEO tells court of 'character assassination'

By Tom Hals WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - Dov Charney, the founder of American Apparel, told a U.S. judge on Thursday the board threatened "character assassination" if he fought his removal as chief executive in 2014, in testimony that could determine control of the bankrupt teen retailer. Show More Summary

Dov Charney testifies: American Apparel's 'impossible' board won't give him a fair shot

Dov Charney, who was ousted as chief executive of American Apparel Inc., testified Thursday that he has repeatedly tried to wrest back control of the clothing maker he founded. Charney took the stand in the bankruptcy hearing that will determine the fate of American Apparel. He is squaring off...

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