Quirky retailer denies anything is amiss, but a cash crunch would add to its mounting woes.
News & Analysis: American Apparel
The once and possibly future CEO of the quirky retailer only has the most superficial resemblance to those triumphant executives.
Studies show a female touch can dramatically improve a company's governance and risk management.
Can the CEO of one failing retailer turn around the fortunes of a second failing retailer?
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Last week's agreement to save the retailer has done nothing to quell dissension in the ranks.
The S&P trudges higher on the kickoff of earnings season, while small-caps American Apparel, Glu Mobile, and Achillion Pharmaceuticals lead individual stocks to the upside.
The blue chips sank on news out of Portugal, while Lumber Liquidators brought down the home-improvement sector. Meanwhile, American Apparel soared on a plan to overhaul its leadership.
Even as the retailer appears to be saved for the moment, uncertainty hangs over all.
American Apparel is getting close to all kinds of new trouble with a potential loan default.