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July 6, 2014
15:49 EDTAPPLion Capital demands Charney reinstated to American Apparel, Bloomberg says
Lion Capital, an investor in American Apparel, is threatening to call in a $10M loan it made to to the retailer unless ousted CEO Dov Charney is reinstated, says Bloomberg. According to the report, Lion is in discussions with another American Apparel investor, Standard General, to make its case that Charney's return will benefit the business in the short term. Lion said it will file a notice to accelerate payment of the loan before U.S. markets open tomorrow if it is not satisfied with Standard General's response, added Bloomberg. Reference Link
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January 23, 2015
09:10 EDTAPPAmerican Apparel rumored to prepare to accept $1.30 per share bid, FT blog says
American Apparel, which previously rejected a $1.40 per share takeover bid as too low, appears to have had a "rethink" and it "appears that $1.30 is just right now" and "a deal is just about done," according to posts in a Financial Times Alphaville Markets Live chat. The chat cautioned that the comments are "market chatter information that has not been formally tested through traditional journalistic channels." Reference Link

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