When I first reach Dov Charney on June 24, he's scrambling to raise money, find a partner, try anything to get his company back.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks rose and the dollar dipped on Thursday after the Federal Reserve indicated it was in no rush to end quantitative easing and begin raising interest rates.
Wall Street bounces back from the beating it took the day before with the Federal Reserve lending a helping hand. Blue chips regained 78 points, the S&P 500 rose 9, the Nasdaq rallied 27.
China's exports trailed estimates in June, suggesting support for growth from global demand will be limited as leaders try to defend their economic-expansion goal of about 7.5 percent this year.
You'd expect capitalists in the world's top capitalist nation to educate their kids about the ABC's of capitalism. Turns out American capitalists aren't doing that.