American Apparel


American Apparel Ousts Controversial CEO Dov Charney

Dov Charney, found and controversial leader at American Apparel

Los Angeles—Dov Charney, the flamboyant, controversial chief executive officer of American Apparel--who has been the subject of … [Read more...]

Lower Costs Give American Apparel Narrowed Q1 Loss

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Los Angeles—Tighter control on costs gave American Apparel a narrowed first quarter loss that beat estimates.For the quarter … [Read more...]

American Apparel Cures Delisting Threat

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Los Angeles—American Apparel Inc. won’t lose its New York Stock Exchange (again) after all.Late Wednesday the specialty … [Read more...]

American Apparel Reports 5% Decline in March Comps

Limited edition prints from American Apparel's Natalie Du Pasquier collection

Los Angeles—In what will be its last monthly sales report, American Apparel Inc. reported late Thursday that it posted a 5% … [Read more...]

March Comps Softer Thanks to Easter Shift to April

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New York—With the harshest of winter subsiding last month, it still look a flurry of discount promotions to lure shoppers into … [Read more...]

Week in Review: 10 Must-Read Articles

What's new at J. Crew this Spring? An IPO?

New York—One potential next hot product in fashion accessories had a preview this week, but it wasn’t in a major runway show or … [Read more...]

American Apparel Faces Stock Delisting Over Delayed Annual Report

From American Apparel's Spring Lookbook

Los Angeles—American Apparel Inc. said Tuesday that it is trying to meet the New York Stock Exchange’s March 21 deadline to file a … [Read more...]

New Distribution Center to Weigh on American Apparel’s Results

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Los Angeles—American Apparel Inc. has recorded an increase in full-year sales but  said Thursday afternoon it expects 2013 … [Read more...]

February Comp Sales Actually Fare Better Than Expected

Only a handful of major retailers still release monthly sales results

New York—There’s no need to remind most of the Northern half of the United States what kind of impact February’s weather must have … [Read more...]

Storms, Shopper Fatigue Chill January Comp Sales

Frigid temperatures and heavy snowfall stymied shoppers and retail employees last month

New York—January is normally the slowest month at retail, but this year the Arctic whammy from a polar vortex chilled sales more … [Read more...]

December Comp Sales Were Up—But at a Price?

Blizzard Tarnish December Retail Sales

New York—Discounts may have helped comparable store sales rise 2.7% in December, but that stronger-than-expected increase often … [Read more...]

Item of the Day: Skip N’ Whistle

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Item of the Day: Skip N' Whistle Admit it, even if you can only boast one kitty at home, you’d like to have more…two, three, … [Read more...]