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American Apparel's Board Removes Controversial CEO Dov CharneyAmerican Apparel's Board Removes Controversial CEO Dov CharneyAmerican Apparel's Board Removes Controversial CEO Dov Charney

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American Apparel Fires Charney And Hires Luttrell

American Apparel Fires Charney And Hires Luttrell
American Apparel lost the country's trust after Dov Charney's erratic behavior, so the board hopes hiring John Luttrell will begin a new era.
Read more Jun 19 2014, 10:34pm CDT
 

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Why Lumber Liquidators Got Chopped and American Apparel Popped

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American Apparel's Board Removes Controversial CEO Dov Charney
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American Apparel Goes From Bad to Worse

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American Apparel's Board Removes Controversial CEO Dov Charney
American Apparel is getting close to all kinds of new trouble with a potenti ...
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Source: American Apparel to receive financing

Source: The Herald-Palladium

American Apparel Forced To Layoff Over A Thousand Factory Workers
NEW YORK (AP) — American Apparel Inc. has reached a preliminary deal with investment firm Standard General to receive a $25 million investment to bolster the clothing chain's finances, a pe ...
Full article at: The Herald-Palladium 2 days ago, 10:39am CDT
 

American Apparel, investors have made deal: Source

Source: CNBC

American Apparel's Board Removes Controversial CEO Dov Charney
American Apparel appeared to have reached a deal on leadership and manufacturing plans. The New York T ...
Full article at: CNBC 2 days ago, 9:13am CDT
 

American Apparel and Investors Are Said to Reach Deal on Retailer’s Future

Source: NewYorkTimes-Business Day

American Apparel's Board Removes Controversial CEO Dov Charney
The company is to remake its board and to keep its manufacturing in the United St ...
Full article at: NewYorkTimes-Business Day 2 days ago, 8:01am CDT
 

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American Apparel Apologizes For Posting Challenger Disaster Photo On Tumblr

Source: The Moderate Voice

American Apparel's Board Removes Controversial CEO Dov Charney
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American Apparel's Board Removes Controversial CEO Dov Charney
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How to Hire a CEO You Won’t Want to Fire

Source: Harvard Business Review

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A lot of CEOs are being shown the door lately. In the apparel industry alone, we’ve just seen the end of American Apparel’s Dov Charney and the ouster of Lululemon Athletica founder Chip Wilson – plus the installation of interim CEOs at Target and JC Penney following their previous leaders’ firings. These companies are in trouble, and their boards must select new CEOs under highly charged circumstances. At least some of them are ...
Full article at: Harvard Business Review Jul 3 2014, 8:00am CDT