Archive for June, 2014


June 20, 2014 By Laurie Kulikowski Is American Apparel now an acquisition target following the surprise termination of its founder, Chairman and CEO Dov Charney? Given American Apparel’s strong niche brand that resonates with consumers, it could be one option for a company that has been mired in problems, primarily stemming from Charney himself and his […]

June 19, 2014   By David Carrig and Gary Strauss American Apparel shares are up 8% Thursday following the ouster of Dov Charney, the retailer’s controversial CEO and founder. Charney, 45, has been the target of several lawsuits alleging inappropriate sexual conduct with female employees. He has acknowledged having sexual relationships with workers, but said […]

June 14, 2014 By Charles D. Wilson A federal judge’s lengthy deliberations on whether to stay his ruling recognizing a same-sex couple’s marriage could signal that a broader decision is coming, legal experts say. The state asked U.S. District Judge Richard Young for the stay on May 8, the same day he granted a preliminary […]