June 3, 2012 |
Ofelia Lopez scrutinizes the hem on a hot-pink shirt fresh off the assembly line, making sure the stitching is just right. All around her, rows of workers rapidly attach sleeves, adhere labels and churn out piles of garments. FOR THE RECORD: The headline in an earlier online version of this article said American Apparel CEO Dov Charney recently talked of importing products. As the article indicated, the company currently has no plans to move operations offshore. What he said was: "At this time our business concept is to make everything here.
November 28, 1990 |
Toyota Motor Corp. said Tuesday that it will double the capacity of its auto assembly complex in Georgetown, Ky., and add 1,500 jobs, bringing it significantly closer to its stated goal of building 750,000 cars a year in North America by 1995. Toyota's announcement, which was expected, was the biggest of three Japanese auto ventures in North America divulged Tuesday. The steps underscored Japan's designs on the U.S.