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Matteo Marzotto

Marzottos Forgo Tax Hearing

Siblings Matteo and Diamante Marzotto were expected to make personal statements at their tax hearing.

American Apparel

Former American Apparel Head of Wholesale Goes After Company in Lawsuit

Pat Honda alleges discrimination and wrongful termination in a new complaint against the T-shirt maker.

Stein Mart Settles SEC Investigation, Will Pay $800,000 Penalty

The company settled without admitting or denying the findings of the SEC.

Russian National Pleads Guilty in Major Hacking Scheme

The hacking ring allegedly stole more than 160 million credit card numbers from major retailers and others, causing hundreds of millions of dollars in losses.

Giorgio Armani Corp. Faces $75 Million Lawsuit

Lawsuit alleges a hostile work environment and unlawful discharge.

SEC Reaches First Settlement in Hacking Fraud Case Hurting U.S. Firms

SEC Obtains $30 million settlement from Ukrainian company and CEO allegedly involved in international hacking and securities fraud ring targeting retailers such as Zumiez Inc.

Dov Charney with a supporter outside of the American Apparel headquarters in Los Angeles.

Dov Charney’s Fee Claim Struck Down by Judge

A Delaware judge on Friday threw out the American Apparel founder and former ceo's attempt to have the company pay his legal fees.

Gucci Sisters Acquitted of Tax Evasion Charges

Allegra and Alessandra Gucci were accused of not paying around $5 million in taxes.

European Court Backs YSL in Handbag Feud with H&M

The European Union’s General Court dismissed an appeal by H&M in its long-running bid to have the Tribute bag declared as generic.