Sapna Marheshwari

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Sapna Maheshwari is a business reporter for BuzzFeed. Prior to that job, she worked at Bloomberg News.

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Forever 21 is the latest retail chain forced to file for bankruptcy in the changing retail climate. The store is known for $5 tops and bright yellow shopping bags.

Forever 21 goes bankrupt. What does that mean for malls and fast fashion?

Forever 21 is the latest retail chain forced to file for bankruptcy in the changing retail climate. The store is known for $5 tops and bright yellow shopping bags.

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American Apparel founder and CEO Dov Charney got ousted by his own board of directors because of an ongoing misconduct investigation.

Dov Charney Out at American Apparel

American Apparel founder and CEO Dov Charney got ousted by his own board of directors because of an ongoing misconduct investigation.

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