BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
American Apparel Inc. founder Dov Charney, who was fired by the company this week, is working with private- equity firm Irving Place Capital on a bid to acquire the retailer.
American Apparel Inc. named retail-industry veteran Paula Schneider as its next chief executive officer and completed the termination of founder Dov Charney, who was initially removed from the CEO job in June for misconduct.
American Apparel Inc., which has been without a permanent chief executive officer since June, posted a wider quarterly loss after the clothing chain’s sales fell the most in almost four years.
American Apparel Inc., which was threatened with default after the ouster of Chief Executive Officer Dov Charney in June, plans to take another step toward stability today by paying interest on its bonds, according to people familiar with the situation.
American Apparel Inc’s board is increasingly open to letting its ousted founder, Dov Charney, stay at the company.
American Apparel Inc., the struggling clothing chain, named Scott Brubaker as its interim chief executive officer, replacing Chief Financial Officer John Luttrell, who had assumed the position temporarily after the ouster of company founder Dov Charney.
American Apparel Inc. investor Lion Capital LLP plans to exercise its right to name a board member to the troubled retailer, according to a person familiar with the situation.
LOS ANGELES, United States — American Apparel Inc., the clothing retailer whose founder is fighting to regain control of the company, posted a preliminary second-quarter net loss of $15 million as it failed to boost sales.
LOS ANGELES, United States — American Apparel Inc's founder should know in the next few weeks whether he may return as an employee of the company, according to a source familiar with the situation.
LOS ANGELES, United States — Dov Charney’s future at the company he founded 25 years ago will come down to three people, and one of them already voted to fire him.
LOS ANGELES, United States — Ousted American Apparel Inc head Dov Charney supported workers in the clothing industry with his stance in favor of immigration rights and determination to keep jobs in the United States, but some employees are not returning the favor.