American Apparel

American Apparel Rejects Takeover Bid Led by Fired Founder

Earlier this week, the Los Angeles-based company received a $300 million bid from a group of investors who are backing the return of Dov Charney.

Reuters

American Apparel Files for Bankruptcy

The company has been trying to rebound since the ousting of its founder and former CEO Dov Charney.

Phil Wahba

American Apparel Issues Dire Warning to Shareholders

The embattled retailer warned investors could face 'substantial or total losses' of their investments.

Phil Wahba

9 Hot Startup U.S. Cities That Aren't San Francisco or New York

These are the places where startup dreams come easier and cheaper, but can still pay off big.

10 of the Dumbest Social Media Blunders Ever

The Internet is an effective means of building your brand slowly or mangling it in a big hurry.

Eric Samson

Reuters

Ousted American Apparel Founder Dov Charney Seeks $40 Million in Damages

Charney is seeking millions of dollars for a breach of employment contract, his attorney said.

Reuters

American Apparel Under Regulator Scrutiny for Possible Violations

The investigation is looking into a potential legal violation related to Dov Charney, the company's founder and former chief executive officer.

Reuters

OK, So You Failed. Now What?

Three things you should understand about failure.

Tasha Eurich

A Proactive Approach to Addressing Unethical Behavior in the Workplace

Smaller companies migh not have formal procedures for accountablity. Here's why maintaining high standards is a good long-term practice.

American Apparel Tries On Something New: Ethics.

After firing its scandal-mired chairman, the company has updated its code of ethics to include rules about workplace relationships.

Reuters