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Report: Dov Charney Wants Back In at American Apparel

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Ousted American Apparel founder Dov Charney isn't ready to let go of the company, according to an article from today's WWD. Charney is reportedly in talks with retail vet Jay Schottenstein and other possible investors about how to regain control at AA. (Reps for Schottenstein Stores Corp. declined to comment to WWD). Meanwhile, American Apparel's new CEO is laying out her plan on how to turn around the troubled brand.
· Dov Charney Looks for Path Back to American Apparel [WWD]
· American Apparel's New Ethics Code Prohibits Internal Dating [Racked]
· Down To Last $100K, Dov Charney Wants American Apparel Back [Racked]