StartUp

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Part 4: Boundaries (Season 4, Episode 7)

December 2, 2016

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Show Notes

The Story 


While Dov Charney was running American Apparel, he didn’t shy away from unconventionality. And for many entrepreneurs, breaking convention is an essential part of growing an innovative company. But pushing boundaries is one thing. Completely ignoring them is another.

In this episode, we explore the nebulous lines between Charney’s professional and personal relationships. We ask the women of American Apparel what it was like to work for the former CEO and how, in a company where the boundaries aren’t clear, they could determine what was—and wasn’t—appropriate in the workplace.

 

The Facts


Andrew Dunn and Martin Peralta mixed the episode.

Our theme song was written and performed by Mark Phillips.

Our updated theme was remixed by Bobby Lord.

The special ad music, Microliters, was written and performed by Build Buildings.

Our logo was designed by Elias Stein.

Additional music by the band hotmoms.gov.

 

 

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