Bankruptcy Judge Not Inclined To Give Guy Lying About Being Broke For Years The Benefit Of The Doubt
Dov Charney’s courtroom calamities continue.
Man Who Claims He’s Been Broke For Almost A Decade Finally Files For Bankruptcy
Which filing also shows he’s got as much as $50 million in assets lying around.
If It’s At All Possible, Hedge Fund Would Like To Make Dov Charney’s Life Even More Miserable
Getting its money back would be nice, too.
Voices In Dov Charney’s Head Cannot Execute Valid Verbal Contract
Dov Charney himself can, and did, execute some valid paper contracts that he’s gonna have to live up to, though.
Dov Charney To Dance On American Apparel’s Grave After All
Suddenly Dov Charney isn't so bad...
Dov Charney Finally Has A Terrible Day That Doesn't Involve Getting Slapped With Sexual Harassment Suits
American Apparel's got good news and less good news for its ousted CEO.
Dov Charney May Have To Destroy American Apparel To Save It
If he can’t have it, no one can.
Dov Charney Wants $40 Million For Unpaid Vacation Days, Office Furniture, Nights American Apparel Made Him Weep
He'd also like to be CEO again, but one thing at a time.
American Apparel Spent More Than Half Of Its Remaining Cash—And Then Some—To Get Rid Of Dov Charney
How do you get rid of a problem like Dov Charney?
American Apparel, Attempting To Class Up The Joint, Declares Itself An 'Ho'-Free Zone
Dov Charney's essence live on (because that kind of thing stains).
American Apparel CEO: Numerous Lawsuits Against Me Are A Testament To My Awesomeness
Has the profitability of your company come into question of late? Have you been sued many, many times, typically for sexual harassment? Want to set the record straight but are unsure of what to say? Perhaps Dov Charney can help. In an interview with CNBC today, Charney told Jane Wells that any suggestion that American Apparel can't turn a profit on its mesh unitards, gold lamé leggings, and fishnet bodysuits is totally off based. "I think you're casting [the business] in the wrong light to say it's unprofitable," Charney said. "From accounting perspective, from 20 feet up, yeah, it's unprofitable. But if you get down to the numbers...we're getting our groove back." There was also this exchange. Wells: I've counted, what is it, nine lawsuits against you? That's a lot. Charney: Yeah. It's also a testimony to my success. Wells: Do you think you're inappropriate at all? Charney: No. Wells: The range of criticism is everything from sexual predator to just...weird. Charney: Well, you know, I mean, weird? I like weird...Many of the great entrepreneurs of the last century have been criticized for being somewhat different. Wells: Do you see yourself as a Steve Jobs meets Hugh Hefner type? Charney: That wouldn't be for me to say. American Apparel CEO: Tattered But Not Torn [CNBC]