Suzanne Kapner

Wall Street Journal

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Reporter for the Wall Street Journal, covering retail

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It looks like LA hipster clothing company American Apparel and its sexy billboards are going to be around for awhile... even if controversial founder and CEO Dov Charney may not be.

A New American Apparel?

It looks like LA hipster clothing company American Apparel and its sexy billboards are going to be around for awhile... even if controversial founder and CEO Dov Charney may not be.

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