Whatever it takes.
You'll have to pry this thing out of his cold, dead hands.
American Apparel’s battle with Mr. Charney has become one of the most protracted efforts by a public company to part ways with its chief executive, several leadership experts said. The fight has produced a thicket of litigation and could escalate. Restrictions in a standstill agreement under which Mr. Charney has agreed not to launch a fight for board seats expire in July….
The subject of all the wrangling is a troubled company that early on won fans for its hip spin on cotton jersey, its pledge to manufacture in the U.S. and its highly sexualized advertising. American Apparel has accumulated more than $300 million in losses since 2010. Sales fell 4% last year to $609 million, and its stock price is down to 55 cents.
At American Apparel, Suits Overshadow the T’s [WSJ]
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