High fives all around!
Marty Staff gave no explanation for his departure.
To be fair, people are less likely to be aggressive when they're being fed free bagels and coffee.
Neither side can really remember what they were fighting about.
American Apparel says she was "mocking" the other participants.
They gave the company a much-needed $15 million infusion, and now they want out.
Cue the offensive language about being "XLent" and the "Next Big Thing."
A T-shirt that says "Teenagers Do It Better." Fun!
Total second-quarter losses were only about $200,000.
The deal will supposedly generate millions of much-needed dollars for Dov Charney.
He didn't have to be there, but still, this is unusual.
Also, here's a selection from the 60-page editorial of Kate Moss that Mario Testino shot for Brazilian Vogue.
This time, for making fake blogs with their naked photos on them.
He has to say stuff like this, though, to keep his investors confident.
Even if that works out, it won't save them from bankruptcy.
Inside dressing rooms, but mostly in his bed, Charney's poignant moments were captured with every new scandal.
Oh! Now we get it.
Apparently it's unlikely potential buyers will want to keep him.
The sex scandals, the financial ailments — can a single CEO talk his way out of all that embarrassment?
It's not like he's going to say it's making him sick.