It's a point for American Apparel, at least for now.
Teen apparel retailer, American Eagle Outfitters is scheduled to report its Q1 fiscal 2015 earnings on May 20th and we expect it to maintain its performance consistency after a promising Q4 fiscal 2014. The retailer’s revenues had increased by 3% in the final quarter of last year, its gross margins had expanded by 320 basis […]
And the former COO of Reformation has launched a swimwear line.
(Reuters) - Apparel retailer American Apparel Inc sued its ousted chief executive Dov Charney for violating his standstill agreement with the company. The company said on Friday it has filed a suit with the Delaware Court of Chancery. Show More Summary
FlickrFormer American Apparel CEO Dov Charney. NEW YORK -- Former CEO Dov Charney has filed a defamation lawsuit against American Apparel (APP). The retailer said in a regulatory filing Wednesday that the claims are without merit and...Show More Summary
The lawsuits against American Apparel just keep coming: This time, ousted CEO Dov Charney is suing the Los Angeles company and its chairwoman for more than $20 million.
(Reuters) - Apparel retailer American Apparel Inc said former Chief Executive Dov Charney sued the company and its chairman Colleen Brown, alleging defamation and mental and emotional distress. American Apparel said on Wednesday it would "vigorously dispute" the claims. Show More Summary
CEO Paula Schneider says a turnaround "will require time."
American Apparel Inc.’s losses widened as its new chief executive implemented a plan to turn around the company.
And American Apparel founder Dov Charney filed a lawsuit against hedge fund Standard General for allegedly paying a law firm millions to come up with reasons to oust him.
Dov Charney alleges that American Apparel majority owner Standard General carried out a "coup d'etat" at the troubled outfitter, conspiring to wrest control away from him then carrying out a "sham investigation" to blacken his name.
By Jonathan Stempel and Jeffrey Dastin (Reuters) - Dov Charney, the ousted chief executive of American Apparel Inc, has filed a $30 million defamation lawsuit against a New York hedge fund that controls a large stake in the clothing company he founded, and which refused to support his return. Show More Summary
Getting a taste of his own medicine, ousted American Apparel founder Dov Charney is not going quietly: he’s filed a lawsuit against Standard General, the hedge fund that now controls American Apparel’s Board of Directors and was directly responsible for Charney’s firing. Read more...
Dov Charney, the ousted chief executive of American Apparel Inc., is suing the New York hedge fund that failed to back his return to the company for damages of at least $30 million.
So sayeth Eliana Gil Rodriguez, a "former employee and friend of Charney’s."
American Apparel’s new CEO Paula Schneider and chairwoman Colleen Brown are taking a new approach to the company’s well-known support of political and social issues. In the past, the clothing company addressed its stance on LGTBQ rights,...Show More Summary
Paula Schneider wants to give the company the comeback she thinks it deserves.
It claims that a number of current and former board members assisted in getting Dov Charney fired.
Another complaint from a former employee has landed in American Apparel's lap.
A former American Apparel worker is suing the Los Angeles company for wrongful termination and accusing its former chief financial officer of plotting against CEO Dov Charney, who was ousted last summer.