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American Apparel Managers Stand By Dov

A group of at least 30 managers and director-level employees appealed to the company's board to reverse its firing of CEO Dov Charney, saying the controversial figure "is what makes this thing tick" at the clothing retailer. Charney was served with a termination letter in June for a long list of reasons including: breaching his fiduciary duty, violating company policy, sexual harassment, and misusing corporate assets.

Netflix Gets Into The Movie Making Business

Netflix is making the jump from producing TV shows to making movies, saying it will help finance the sequel to "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" from The Weinstein Company. The company hinted previously that it would co-produce movies under the condition that they debut on Netflix at the same time they do in theaters. The sequel to "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" will debut on Netflix and in Imax theaters next August.