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Dov Charney, American Apparel, legal battle, fired, suspension, ouster

No. 9: The Flight of Dov Charney

The suspended ceo of American Apparel was fired for cause this month, setting up a potentially expensive legal battle.

Macy’s, Terry J. Lundgren, Macys, Bloomingdales, Newsmaker of the Year, Year in Fashion, omnichannel, Herald Square, flagship,

Newsmaker of the Year: Terry J. Lundgren

Macy’s Inc.’s chief executive officer is the staunchest defender of the department store and one of retailing’s most innovative players.

Brooks Brothers, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Thanks and Giving campaign

Brooks Brothers Hosts Thanks and Giving Events in L.A., NYC

Ten years and counting. That's how long Brooks Brothers has partnered with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital on its Thanks and Giving campaign.

American Apparel Said to Draw Bid

Dov Charney is working with private equity firm Irving Place Capital on a bid to acquire the retailer that he founded.

Nike Stock Hit by Futures Orders Slip

The activewear giant reported a dip in its closely watched futures orders, along with second-quarter profits and sales that sprinted past expectations.

American Apparel Shares Up 44.9%

The spike follows the ouster of founder Dov Charney.

U.S. to Reestablish Ties With Cuba

President Obama on Wednesday said the U.S. will reestablish and expand diplomatic, economic and travel ties with Cuba.

hudson's bay, gerald storch, richard baker, lord & taylor, saks fifth avenue, saks off 5th, home outfitters, hbc digital, donald watros

Hudson's Bay Names Gerald Storch CEO

Storch takes over the ceo title from Richard Baker, who continues as governor and executive chairman.

Robert Graham Said Seeking an Investor

The manufacturer has been pounding the pavement looking for an investor, according to two market sources.

Rafael Nadal, Tommy Hilfiger, underwear, tennis player, laird & partners, ad campaign

Tommy Hilfiger Signs Rafael Nadal as Ambassador

The 28-year-old tennis star will appear in the fall underwear and tailored clothing ad campaigns.

Wal-Mart to Pay $188 Million in Class-Action Lawsuit

The lawsuit was filed in 2002 by employees at Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club.

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