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All the stores you shopped at as a teen are going bankrupt
Kids these days. They don't shop at the stores like you used to.
A new CEO and new strategy for American Apparel
Paula Schneider needs to turn around the fashion-basics firm. Here's her plan.
Repeating history with American Apparel
Apparently someone missed the memo about Don Charney
Jack Dorsey and Dov Charney: A tale of two founders
Both young and charismatic CEOs were ousted from their own companies. One came back.
American Apparel faces challenges other retailers have
The chain filed for bankruptcy. Its challenge: attracting young shoppers.
The Devil Wears Nada
Quartz and Marketplace look at the history of American Apparel's controversial former CEO, jerk bosses and German erotica.
Marketing shift now on American Apparel’s laundry list
The clothing company wants to change its controversial image.
American Apparel CEO Dov Charney on pushing boundaries and his biggest weakness
In this next installment of ConJan versations from the Corner Office, American Apparel CEO Dov Charney talks about his plans for the future.
Dov Charney seeks $40 million in lawsuit
Earlier this week, the now former CEO of American Apparel, Dov Charney, decided to move forward with a $40 million wrongful termination lawsuit against the company he founded.
American Apparel closes a challenging year
As the company welcomes a new CEO, will changes boost American Apparel's bottom line?