Stull, Stull & Brody wants to assist us the shareholders with their lawsuit brought on by the lead shareholder dove charney. This man is sick; he does not want to see APP profitable if he’s not involved.
From NY Times
"Struggling American Apparel Begins Layoffs
By HIROKO TABUCHIAPRIL 1, 2015
American Apparel has started laying off about 180 employees mainly in manufacturing as part of a bid by its new chief executive to streamline the retailer’s money-bleeding operations."
This was a rather lengthy article. To find the complete article just do a Google search for American Apparel News.
Dov’s interview on 20/20 last night made him out to look out to be one sick puppy. The man is wacked. I’m not sure why his lawyer allowed him to do that interview that was taped in dov’s mansion. Obviously the lawyer and charney are of the same cloth. I hope that the SEC looks into how he is able to attain his lifestyle. He has been banned from the Company so his days of taping into the Company’s coffers are over.
Dov continues to live the high-life living in a 10-bedroom mansion somewhere near the LA area.
Paula came across as one steady individual that will be able to turn this Company around. There is such a dissimilarity between Paula and dov.
CORRECTION.... It is not Matt Gutman that is doing the interview. Not sure who the interviewer is, don't recognize the man.
20/20 which follows Shark Tank will have Matt Gutman interviewing the King of Sleaze charney tonight (3/27/15). Don’t sit too close to your TV you might catch airborne gonorrhea.
If someone from Intuit would go into the Quicken Support Chat link they will find that Quicken users (many) are complaining about not being able to download quotes. Today I got a few that were updated while others were left blank, that was earlier today. Now it is just very, very slow.
Dov has his cronies and tribe members following him under #teamdov. I say someone needs to get something going on #teamPaula. I chuckle when I see dov’s attorneys’ last name.
Well I believe that the SEC will be looking into APP’s losses and the cause of those losses. I just hope that Dov was not skimming money off the APP profits for his own personal use. He does not come across as an upstanding guy.
It is well known about his behavior with some of the ladies of APP.
Dov may end up in the slammer… who knows!
Buy for the long-term. I look forward to Paula and her crew to turn things around.
One of these days they will get it right. Their algorithm has changed again.
APP Earnings Date
Earnings announcement* for APP: Mar 23, 2015
American Apparel Inc is estimated to report earnings on 03/23/2015. The upcoming earnings date is derived from an algorithm based on a company's historical reporting dates.Our vendor, Zacks Investment Research, might revise this date in the future, once the company announces the actual earnings date. According to Zacks Investment Research, based on 1 analysts' forecasts, the consensus EPS forecast for the quarter is $-0.02.
Read more: http://www.nasdaq.com/earnings/report/app#ixzz3UsYQpRPu
dov probably had problems with his arithmetic Things just didn't add up for him. It's no wonder the Company tanked while under his control.
God only knows, we need all the help we can get. The more women we employ to run this Company will
benefit both the employee's and shareholders. I am looking forward to seeing a new APP website maybe one with less skin. Our present web site lacks design when compared to other sites.
Thanks, just found it.
“(Bloomberg) -- American Apparel Inc. director Robert Mintz, a childhood friend of founder Dov Charney, resigned from the retailer’s board, according to two people familiar with the situation.”
Earnings Whisper ®: N/A
Consensus Estimate: ($0.02)
Surprise Expectation 1:
Release Date: [not confirmed] 3/12/2015
Expected Time 2: 4:30 PM ET
Conference Call: N/A
I use Scottrade in my IRA account and sometime 3/5/12 in the AM after I called Scottrade I received my TGRP shares and my Atlas shares were cut in half and my cash balance increased. This was done sometime in the afternoon on 3/5/15. You need to call Scottrade if you haven't received your shares and cash.
Did this article sucker investors into buying stock in Atlas Energy? Probably so.
Renowned Wall Street investor Leon Cooperman last week picked up another 250,000 Atlas Energy LP (NASDAQ: ATLS) shares at $30.00 to $30.37 apiece. The total price was more than $7.5 million. Cooperman has been buying batches since the beginning of the year, as Atlas prepares to spin off its non-midstream assets.
This Pittsburgh-based natural gas and oil producer has a market capitalization near $1.5 billion, a dividend yield of about 7.1 percent, and a long-term earnings per share (EPS) growth forecast of more than 49 percent. Shares ended the week at $30.17 and are down around 3 percent year to date.