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The highly controversial and scrutinized lifestyle of Dov Charney, the founder of American Apparel, has cost him the top job at the company he founded.

Dov Charney’s Demise and the Future of LA’s Garment District

The highly controversial and scrutinized lifestyle of Dov Charney, the founder of American Apparel, has cost him the top job at the company he founded.

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