Those who don’t remember history may well be condemned to repeat it.
Business Insider is reporting that a couple of private equity groups are working on a bid to buy American Apparel out of bankruptcy.
Working with company founder and former CEO Dov Charney, I should say.
The same guy who was fired amid charges of harassment and discrimination and all around ickiness.
I mention this because it’s kind of amazing, but also as a cheap ploy to get you to check out my interview with Charney.
Amazing might be the only appropriate word.
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