American Apparel CEO Paula Schneider is shown on the roof of the company’s Los Angeles headquarters. Her focus since becoming chief in January has been to instill more order, discipline and planning.
But CEO Paula Schneider will need to bring more than discipline or a shift in advertising to save American Apparel, which has not turned a profit since 2009, and whose share price has slumped by three-quarters since then.
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