The Fashion World is reeling over a sexual harassment lawsuit that has rocked retail giant American Apparel. Former sales clerk Irene Morales is suing the company;s unorthodox executive, Dov Charney, for a whopping $250 million. The soft-spoken teenager accuses the Canadian of "forcing" her...

Whether or not American Apparel will actually be in business by the end of the summer, however, remains to be seen. In its first quarter earnings report, the company revealed it had lost over $86 million during 2010, and it was reported today that American Apparel is in danger of violating...

2 million shares. Charney gets half of those shares today, but he won't have the other half until the stock price reaches $3.50. As of this article, the stock is trading at $1.02. Which means, essentially, that Charney is going to be even richer than he already is, assuming his new executive...

Somewhere, an American Apparel investor is praying Dov Charney's remarkable ability to garner headlines will somehow translate to in store sales. But in the meantime, Taiwanese animation aficionadosNMA have included the ailing brand in their latest offering: "America's Fastest Dying...

It's a moment of transition for American Apparel's new look without Dov Charney: edgy but with less skin. Except they're still promoting what we'll respectfully call their classic "come hither" looks. The homepage slideshow flashes old topless pictures, and that cheerleader is still bent...

We are aware that American Apparel founder and CEO Dov Charney isn't quite on his best behavior during office hours. Not only has there been an ongoing investigation of his "alleged misconduct," but Charney has gotten away with multiple lawsuits of misbehavior and sexual harassment for years,...

For Charney to succeed, he would need to get the company and its creditors to accept his offer. If they refuse, Charney and his financial backer would then need to persuade the judge to reject American Apparel's reorganization plan. Spokespersons for Charney and his financial adviser,...

The filing represents an effort, under California law, to prevent Charney from bringing future lawsuits against the company. Company attorneys filed the court papers in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, the same day Charney opened a separate case by filing a $30 million defamation...

American Apparel's losses have only accelerated since the board suspended Charney in June 2014 and fired him in December for alleged misconduct. Even as announcing a turnaround plan, which included revamping management, toning down its erotic marketing and closing stores, sales fell 14...

For the remaining people still needing another reason to think that ousted American Apparel CEO Dov Charney is a misogynist and a massive supercreep, the New York Post has obtained internal company emails claiming that Charney called workers "sluts" and "pigs" and forced them to work up to 84...

 

Related shopping