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How to Obtain a Personal Loan to Cover Legal Expenses

Legal costs can become complicated. There are numerous kinds, and they can rapidly add up. Although every case is unique, however, many people end up paying thousands of dollars to hire an attorney. For instance, the legal defense cost for the case of a DUI rapidly climbs up to $8,000. A collaborative divorce could …

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Harper Brush bankruptcy nears critical decision

FAIRFIELD — The bankruptcy case of a 112-year-old family business in Fairfield has reached a crisis point. Harper Brush Works was in court last week defending its bankruptcy financing plan against its biggest creditor. The iconic broom maker filed for receivership on May 29, struggling after Home Depot’s loss of …

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Lord & Taylor, America’s oldest department store, files for bankruptcy

Lord & Taylor, known for its high-end fashions and extravagant holiday window displays, has filed for bankruptcy protection from creditors after a turnaround effort failed amid the coronavirus pandemic. America’s oldest department store filed for Chapter 11 protection in Richmond, Va., on Sunday and will submit a reorganization plan to …

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Louisville Solar Company Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy – Colorado Hometown Weekly

LOUISVILLE — SunTech Drive LLC, a maker of controllers for small-scale solar arrays, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The Louisville company said it had just under $200,000 in assets and $6.67 million in debt, according to its filing in US bankruptcy court in Colorado on Monday. In a Chapter …

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the economics of the collapse of an English football club

Bury Football Club was expelled from the English Football League after 125 years of membership due to unpaid debts. It is a seismic event in the history of football. It is the first time a club has been kicked out of the third tier of English football and left a …

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Judge approves Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan for Belk Chain – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

A judge on Wednesday approved Chapter 11 bankruptcy plans for North Carolina-based Belk, creating a fresh injection of capital and reducing the embattled department store chain’s debt. The judge approved the plan during a hearing in Houston, The Charlotte Observer reported. The move gives the struggling channel financial leeway as …

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Bucks prosecutors investigate monument business as customers pay thousands for headstones that never arrive

After 94-year-old Robert Davis died last year of congestive heart and respiratory failure, his son Ted was determined to pay his father a fitting tribute. Since October, Davis has donated more than $2,000 to Wertheimer Liberty Monuments, a company in Southampton, Bucks County, for a headstone commemorating her father. But …

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IBC’s suspension during Covid-19 will give businesses a break: experts

The government’s decision to shield businesses from the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) during the coronavirus pandemic will give some breathing room to businesses struggling to fight the onslaught of falling demand and weak growth prospects, according to experts. Lenders as well as operational creditors may consider the alternative …

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Reviews | Finally, Puerto Rico has a way out of its debt crisis

Comment this story Comment David Skeel is the S. Samuel Arsht Professor of Corporate Law at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the Board of Financial Oversight and Management of Puerto Rico. It’s hard to imagine a worse strategy for dealing with the largest public bankruptcy in …

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Fitch downgrades ProMedica, but cites ManorCare Nursing Home Business as a bright spot

Leading hospital system ProMedica received another credit rating downgrade, but its retirement home arm HCR ManorCare remains a bright spot amid tensions elsewhere, according to Fitch Ratings. The rating agency late Thursday announced a downgrade issuer default rating from BBB to BBB-, while raising its outlook from negative to stable. …

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U105 presenter Jonny Hero bankrupt

STAR drivetime radio DJ Johnny Hero has been bankrupted for failing to pay tax inspectors. ero – real name John Cullen – was brought before the High Court by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC). The 59-year-old U105 host’s bankruptcy notice was granted for “failure to comply with a legal …

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UK’s new insolvency proceedings set to worry corporate creditors around the world

The Virgin Atlantic bailout deal is something of a turning point in how companies can escape insolvency. The deal, which will involve Richard Branson and US hedge fund Davidson Kempner Capital Management injecting US$1.6bn (£1.2bn) into the airline, uses new restructuring plans made possible by the Kingdom -United. Corporate Insolvency …

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Pramod Mittal bankruptcy to be canceled after lenders agree Rs 42 Cr repayment on Rs 24,000 Cr debt

Pramod Mittal declared total assets of Rs 1.1 crore, no personal income and personal expenses of Rs 1.9-2.8 lakh per month in his IVA proposal. Pramod Mittal, the man who spent the equivalent of Rs 505 crore on his daughter’s wedding, and who was later declared bankrupt by the London …

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Ossoff Talks To Morris Brown, Promises Help For HBCUs If Elected – WABE

Morris Brown College has a rich history. It is the first college in the United States built by former slaves to educate African Americans. Morris Brown fell on hard times in 2002 when he lost his accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Two of the college’s …

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CBL Properties plans to file for bankruptcy

(Bloomberg) – Mall owner CBL Properties is considering filing for bankruptcy, a victim of dwindling foot traffic, shuttered retail space and rents too low to cover more than $3 billion in debt. The company said in a statement that it has reached an agreement with some of its creditors to …

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Brooks Brothers files for bankruptcy

New York CNN Business — Brooks Brothers, the 200-year-old menswear retailer that has dressed 40 US presidents and has become the unofficial outfitter for Wall Street bankers, has filed for bankruptcy. Private enterprise had struggled as workwear became more casual in recent years. But it has been decimated by the …

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SpaceX and Tesla were two of the ‘dumbest’ business ideas

Elon Musk not afraid of a bad idea. In fact, the billionaire CEO recently tweeted, “Starting a rocket company has got to be one of the dumbest and hardest ways to ‘make money’.” Tweeter And like USA today pointed out, the billionaire CEO recently described starting SpaceX and Tesla, the …

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The victims of the first vintage stung again

The Berkeley store’s sad saga of sex, lies, and regret has another strand, discover deceived customers. © Trachtenberg | The company collapsed dramatically in January 2016, leaving a trail of debt and unfulfilled orders. Some wine lovers who were scammed by John Fox’s Ponzi scheme at Berkeley Premier Cru are …

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Potbelly is working to avoid bankruptcy

Photography: Shutterstock Last month, Potbelly said it would be permanently close up to 100 of its storeswhich would represent nearly a quarter of the Chicago-based sandwich chain’s locations. This move may require filing for bankruptcy to exit some of these leases. A source close to the situation said the company …

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Chuck E Cheese files for bankruptcy

NEW YORK (AP) Chuck E. Cheese — where kids could be kids while parents nursed their headaches — is filing for bankruptcy protection. The 43-year-old chain, which attracted kids with pizza, video games and a singing mouse mascot, was struggling even before the coronavirus pandemic. But he said the prolonged …

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Short of funding, NPXe files for bankruptcy and seeks to sell assets

A year ago, startup NPXe Limited and Mallinckrodt were recruit patients in a phase III trial to assess the efficacy of its xenon gas for neuro- and cardio-protection and improved survival for post-cardiac arrest syndrome (PCAS). Now the company has filed for bankruptcy and its development partner is on the …

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A look at the first three months of the Small Business Reorganization Act | Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP

In August 2019, the President signed into law the Small Business Reorganization Act (“SBRA”). SBRA created a new Subchapter V of Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code effective February 19, 2020. SBRA aims to make it easier and lower the cost of reorganizing small businesses under Chapter 11. …

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Bankrupt NPC International seeks to sell $725 million

The bankruptcy of Pizza Hut and Wendy’s franchisee, NPC International, gave itself several options to emerge from bankruptcy, including a $725 million sale of its entire business. NPC hopes to recoup at least $400 million for its nearly 400 Wendy’s units and at least $325 million for its Pizza Hut …

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We watch Trump’s 7th bankruptcy unfold

As a businessman, Donald Trump led 6 companies that went bankrupt because they couldn’t pay their bills. As president running for a second term, Trump is repeating some of the mistakes he made as a businessman and risking the downfall of another business: his own political operation. In the 1980s, …

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American Airlines could soon fall into another bankruptcy

The coronavirus has inflicted airlines their biggest crisis since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Fears over the coronavirus outbreak have disproportionately hurt the travel industry, with airlines announcing a drastic drop in bookings. According NCC, American airlines, with its high indebtedness, is now at risk of filing for …

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Roslyn-Based Hedge Company Files Chapter 11 – Roslyn Times

The Roslyn-based Northwest Company LLC, one of the nation’s largest textile and blanket producers, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, according to the Wall Street Journal. The company, which claims to be the top maker of blankets and throws in the United States, said in court documents filed in …

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JCPenney survives bankruptcy, but challenges remain

Department store chain JCPenney is back, smaller but more solvent, just in time for extravagant holiday sales and the worst of the coronavirus pandemic. The chain has completed the previously announced sale of retail operations to Simon Property Group Inc. and Brookfield Asset Management Inc., according to a statement on …

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Venezuelan opposition loses decision on Bond, putting Citgo at risk

A U.S. judge says bondholders have valid claims on prized Venezuelan oil refiner Citgo Petroleum Corp., dealing a blow to U.S.-backed opposition leaders and putting the company at greater risk of forced takeover. Bondholders have the right to seize and sell the majority stake in Citgo that Venezuela promised them …

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ACL files for bankruptcy and reaches agreement with lenders

February 8, 2020 Photo by David Krapf American Commercial Lines Inc. announced on Friday that it had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. ACL operations continue as normal. Upon its emergence, ACL stated that it would continue to provide its customers with competitive and reliable barge transportation services. “Today, we are …

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Former Enron unit and US government vying for $80m yacht

Nearly two decades after the collapse of Enron Corp., a former unit of the energy trading giant is in a row with US and Nigerian authorities over proceeds from the sale of a luxury yacht. The dispute revolves around the Galactica Star – a 213ft vessel that was once worth …

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Will Bunch: Biden’s bombings in Syria made America look weak | Opinion

Some American traditions really need to die. Like Tom Brady who (almost) always wins the Super Bowl. Or, perhaps more importantly, our crazy but deeply rooted idea that a new American president gains his wings the first time he drops bombs on the Middle East or South Asia, just like …

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COVID-19 can damage bone marrow immune cells; another reinfection reported

(Reuters) – The following is a summary of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. A man wearing a protective mask walks past an illustration of a virus outside a regional science …

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The pandemic takes a bite out, Chuck E. Cheese files for bankruptcy

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be out of date. Please look at the timestamp on the story to see when it was last updated. Chuck E. Cheese — where kids could be kids while parents nursed their headaches — is filing for bankruptcy …

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Teck doubles its water treatment capacity at Elkview Operations

SPARWOOD, British Columbia, Feb. 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Teck Resources Limited (TSX: TECK.A and TECK.B, NYSE: TECK) (“Teck”) Teck announced today that commissioning is underway at its Rock Expansion site. Fill (Elkview SRF), which doubles the capacity of the water treatment facility to 20 million liters of water per day. …

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Indian banks seek UK bankruptcy order against Vijay Mallya – The New Indian Express

By PTI LONDON: A consortium of Indian banks led by the State Bank of India (SBI) has returned to the High Court in London for a bankruptcy hearing against alcohol tycoon Vijay Mallya, as they pursue the recovery of debt from loans paid to its current- defunct Kingfisher Airlines. In …

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Make-Whole/Prepayment Premiums alive and well bankrupt (Well, at least in New York) | Alston and bird

In In re 1141 Property owner, the Southern District of New York Bankruptcy Court has issued an opinion – again – on the enforceability of compensation/prepayment premiums in bankruptcy. Specifically, although generally enforceable outside of bankruptcy, there is an ongoing debate as to whether relief provisions are enforceable in bankruptcy …

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Canadian woman gives birth in the United States and receives a million dollar hospital bill

A Canadian who thought she was taking a simple vacation with her husband is now facing a surprise medical bill of almost a million dollars. Jennifer Huculak and her husband, who live in Sasketchewan, Canada, were vacationing in Hawaii in 2013 when Huculak, who was pregnant at the time, unexpectedly …

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Liquidation surplus – Shareholder debts to be repaid before receiving Bite Of Cherry – Insolvency/Bankruptcy

To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. This week’s TGIF examines a New South Wales Supreme Court decision in which a liquidator sought to distribute an $8.7 million surplus when one of the shareholders who was potentially entitled to a …

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Belk files for bankruptcy and reaches agreement with majority owner to reduce debt

CHARLOTTE, NC (WIS) — One of the Southeast’s most popular retailers is set to file for bankruptcy. On Tuesday, Belk announced that it had entered into a “restructuring support agreement” with Sycamore Partners in an effort to reduce debt. “Belk has a 130-year tradition of providing quality products at great …

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Takeover: Chinese firm to manage Laos power grid despite default warnings

VIENTIANE: Laos is set to hand over majority control of its power grid to a Chinese company, as it struggles to avoid a possible default, people with direct knowledge of the deal have said. The deal comes at a time when critics accuse Beijing of ‘debt-trap diplomacy’ to gain strategic …

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Akin Gump Partner Hired as SDNY Bankruptcy Judge

By Steven Lerner (February 5, 2021, 4:23 PM EST) – A partner in the financial restructuring group of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP has been appointed as the United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Southern District of New York. The Second Circuit Court of Appeals announced Friday that …

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Coronavirus in Texas: Gold’s Gym files for bankruptcy

*Correction attached Tuesday’s biggest developments: Texas reports 1,037 new cases, 22 more deaths Gold’s Gym files for bankruptcy Courts can resume in-person proceedings on June 1, but not jury trials Govt. Greg Abbott plans to discuss Texas’ coronavirus response with Trump Galveston County judge asks Abbott to freeze property assessments …

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GNC closes up to 1,200 stores under bankruptcy plan

Health and wellness company GNC plans to close hundreds of stores across the country as part of its Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan. WASHINGTON – GNC Holdings Inc., the parent company of healthcare retailer GNC, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection late Tuesday evening. The company said it plans to permanently …

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No company is filing for bankruptcy yet in PH – DOLE

MANILA, Philippines – A number of businesses around the world have filed for bankruptcy following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. Fortunately in the Philippines, no business has filed for bankruptcy even after more than two months of community quarantine, according to Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III, although several businesses have …

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Insolvency filings fall at record pace as consumers and businesses cling to government support

According to data from the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy (OSB) released Wednesday, fewer Canadian consumers and businesses filed for insolvency during the height of the pandemic-induced economic shutdown compared to the first three months of 2020 and at the same time a year ago. . The number of …

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Age-old arms maker Remington files for bankruptcy as sales slow

Remington Outdoor, one of the oldest firearms makers in the United States, filed for bankruptcy protection on Sunday amid mounting debt and falling sales. The arms manufacturer said last month that it was near a bankruptcy filing, which he did Sunday in federal bankruptcy court in Delaware. In its Chapter …

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Longtime Local Homebuilder Paul Estridge Jr. Retires – Indianapolis Business Journal

Paul Estridge Jr. is stepping down from the day-to-day operations of Carmel-based Estridge Homes LLC, although he remains the owner of the business. (IBJ Photo/Eric Learned) One of central Indiana’s best-known and most prolific home builders, Paul Estridge Jr., has hung up his hammer, after nearly 40 years in the …

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The state of the Greek economy and affairs

The Greek economy and its businesses have gone through extremely difficult times over the past decade, mainly due to ineffective long-term government economic policies. 2020 was to be a year of significant economic growth. Instead, it faced a severe COVID-19-related recession. Now, we predict that 2021-2022 will be the period …

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Revlon warns of possible bankruptcy reorganization if bond swap fails

Revlon Inc. warned bondholders of the substantial risk of a bankruptcy restructuring if they do not participate in a proposed debt swap. The New York-based company, which has struggled throughout the coronavirus pandemic, been trying for months to exchange more than $340 million in bonds maturing in February at a …

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HopCat and BarFly Ventures file for bankruptcy

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Barfly Ventures, the parent company of HopCat, Stella’s Lounge and Grand Rapids Brewing Co., has filed for bankruptcy to restructure its debt and better position the company for long-term growth. Mark Sellers, the company’s founder and chairmen of its board of directors, said the company’s debt, …

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West Michigan brewery files for bankruptcy after closing

SPRING LAKE TOWNSHIP, MI — Dutch Girl Brewery had been in operation for less than two years before abruptly closing in March. Less than two months later, on Tuesday, May 2, the company filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the Western District of Michigan Bankruptcy Court. The filing cited more …

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FTS International Announces Successful Confirmation of Reorganization Plan

FORT WORTH, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–FTS International, Inc. (NYSE American: FTSI) (“FTSI” or the “Company”), today announced that the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas, Division of Houston, has confirmed its plan pre-packaged reorganization (the “Confirmed Plan”). Under the terms of the confirmed plan, which was approved at …

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California Pizza Kitchen exits Chapter 11 protection

Photography: Shutterstock California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) says it emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection with $220 million less debt and no loan obligations coming due in the short term. Earlier revelations from the casual dining chain say the court-approved reorganization plan leaves the brand $177 million in borrowed capital for …

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Capital gains tax is on the table to fix New Zealand’s broken property market, IMF says

The International Monetary Fund has said a capital gains tax or CGT is one of the things the government could consider using to regain control of the housing market. He warned the the housing market was vulnerable to a “pronounced correction”, which would tip the economy. The IMF is an …

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Bankruptcies Accelerate in North American Oil Fields, with More Carnage Likely

Bankruptcies in the North American oil sector “have accelerated significantly” so far in 2020, largely due to the impact of Covid-19 on prices and demand, according to a new report published Tuesday by Haynes and Boone LLP. The Dallas-based international business law firm has been tracking bankruptcy filings in the …

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Tesla may avoid bankruptcy, but it will still need $1 billion in cash

You’re here (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk should keep the phone line open with his banker buddies. “We believe Tesla will need to raise an additional $1 billion in capital,” Wedbush analyst Dan Ives told Yahoo Finance’s “On the Move.” The old Tesla super bull cut its share price target again …

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Maryland vs. Illinois Men’s Basketball No. 12: How to watch and what to watch

Opponent: No. 12 Illinois Fighting Illini (9-3, 5-1 Big Ten) Location: State Farm Center, Champaign, Illinois Trick: 8:00 a.m. EST, Sunday, January 10 Last match: February 7, 2020 — Maryland 75-66 Last match:Maryland lost to Iowa 89-67; Illinois defeated Northwestern 81-56 Line: Illinois -9.5 per OddsShark TV: Big Ten Network: …

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Muji USA Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection

The U.S. branch of Japanese homewares chain Muji, owned by Ryohin Keikaku, recently filed for bankruptcy, after it was unable to weather the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic that hit it. forced her to close stores while continuing to pay high rents for her retail business. Locations. Muji USA listed …

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The founder of Poo-Pourri Nets, a fortune of 240 million dollars after two bankruptcies

You have surely seen the online videos of Poo-Pourri, the toilet spray. They feature a stilted, proper, red-haired English woman wearing a blue dress and chatting about poo, as she did in the now-famous 2013 online video “Girls Don’t Poop.” This video, and others from the company, have been viewed …

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The bankrupt Costa Hollywood Beach Resort could be put up for auction

Costa Hollywood Beach Resort, Madison Realty Capital Josh Zegen A struggling Hollywood Beach condo hotel could be heading to an auction, where its lender could acquire the property for $43 million. The Costa Hollywood Beach Resort filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in September, five months after its lender, Madison …

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Perry Lamb says bankruptcy groomed him for commissioner

LaFAYETTE, Ga. — The threat came in the mail, a letter that changed Perry Lamb’s life. A lawyer from the mortgage company arrived, after months of waiting for money. Other companies also wanted their payments. Lamb was overworked, he says now, and unlucky – he had pursued his dream at …

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Hartford must restructure debt to get state help to avoid bankruptcy

House Majority Leader Matt Ritter, D-Hartford File photo Keith M. Phaneuf / CTMirror.org Hartford would have to restructure its debt to get the state help needed to avoid bankruptcy, according to sources close to the state’s tentative budget deal. But Connecticut would also guarantee a major repayment of the city’s …

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UPDATE 1-Norwegian Air seeks bankruptcy protection under Irish law

(Add quotes, background) OSLO, Nov 18 (Reuters) – Norwegian Air has asked an Irish court to oversee a massive debt restructuring as it seeks to avoid collapse amid the coronavirus pandemic, the airline said on Wednesday. On November 9, the Norwegian government rejected the airline’s appeal for a further injection …

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Svenhards files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Svenhard cites $10-50 million owed to creditors, cites $1-10 million in assets in bankruptcy filings By Paul Myer EXETER – Svenhards officially filed for bankruptcy last month, causing spelling problems for the Central Valley bakery company. On Dec. 19, the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, citing between $10 million …

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Bankrupt Intelsat files restructuring plan to halve debt

(Bloomberg) – Intelsat SA, the bankrupt satellite company, has reached an agreement with some of its creditors on a plan that would give ownership to debenture holders and cut its debt load in half. The McLean, Va.-based company has filed a plan to reduce its debt to $7 billion. The …

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Triple Five faces big problems with Covid-19, but analysts say not to call it off

With Covid-19 keeping millions of consumers out of malls and malls, much of the news about Triple Five Group, one of North America’s largest private retail real estate owners, has been grim. In June, Mall of America was 60 days behind on its $1.4 billion mortgage and was negotiating with …

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second wave of restaurant chain bankruptcy filings could offer new opportunities | modern restaurant management

Anyone who’s worked the back of the house at a popular restaurant knows how chaotic the kitchen can feel during a restaurant rush hour – knives, spoons and spatulas swinging around, glassware flying, line cooks and sous chefs furiously raising food and sending it. The same intensity will also mark …

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2016 dog attack puts Aspen out of business four years later

The legal backlash of a dog attack on a woman over four years ago, put an Aspen company out of business and out of business this week. Ajax Technology filed Chapter 7 in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Denver on Tuesday to avoid a $369,948 judgment it owes an Aspen woman …

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Lucky Brand files for bankruptcy after pandemic forces closures

(Bloomberg)—Lucky Brand Dungarees LLC and its subsidiaries, known for their jeans and other apparel, filed for bankruptcy in Delaware after the coronavirus pandemic scuttled restructuring efforts. The lucky mark is No. 625 in the 2020 Digital Commerce 360 ​​Top 1000. The private company has entered into an asset purchase agreement …

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Thai Airways restructuring approved by court

A Bangkok bankruptcy court has given the green light to Thai Airways to go ahead and restructure the airline. Similar to the Chapter 11 process in the United States, insolvency experts will try to get the struggling airline out of its financial difficulties. But with $11 billion in debt and …

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Driller Noble files for bankruptcy to clear huge debt

Noble Corp., the offshore drilling contractor, has filed for bankruptcy with a plan to reduce debt by more than $3.4 billion after crashing crude prices made oil wells underwater too Dear. Filing for Chapter 11 in Texas would eliminate all bond borrowing from the company by swapping debt for stock, …

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Hertz reportedly in talks with creditors on how to avoid bankruptcy

Hertz is in a critical financial situation and is preparing for the worst. The Estero, Florida-based car rental company is currently discussing with some of its creditors how to rework its debt, but negotiations have reportedly been difficult. According to a new report from Bloombergciting “people knowledgeable about the subject”. …

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Considerations that weigh heavily on the small business debtor

The Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA), also known as “Subchapter V” of the Bankruptcy Code, went into effect on February 19, 2020. To see 11 USC §1181 et seq. The SBRA is one of the most significant changes to the Bankruptcy Code since the enactment of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention …

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ESPN’s ‘broken’ barely scratched the surface of athlete bankruptcy discussion | Launderer’s report

Kevin Winter/Getty Images If ESPN’s latest “30 for 30” documentary, Broken, was supposed to change anything about how people view bankruptcy in athletes, it was awfully short. It’s nothing against ESPN for wanting to highlight the issues. Billy Corben did an incredible job, and Tuesday night was certainly a feather …

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California Pizza Kitchen files for bankruptcy

California Pizza Kitchen executives hope a new financial restructuring agreement will help the company recover from losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic in recent months. Thursday, the company announced that he filed for Chapter 11 protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas. Under a new …

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Don’t Be Late – Filing Proofs of Claim in Bankruptcy

When a creditor is notified that a debtor has declared bankruptcy, the creditor should take care to determine whether they should file a proof of claim in the case in order to preserve their rights to receive payments from the bankrupt’s estate. This article reviews the importance for a creditor …

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Why you need to stop posting Breonna Taylor death memes

Breonna Taylor was a 26-year-old black woman from Louisville, Ky., who was killed by police after entering her home with a no-knock warrant and mistaking her for a suspect in an alleged drug ring . As she slept, Louisville police shot her at least eight times, unleashing a hail of …

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Hertz files for bankruptcy, stunning US automakers as executives scramble to find solutions

Car rental companies are feeling the symptoms of coronavirus. Getty Late last night, Hertz (NYSE: HTZ) filed for bankruptcy. The restructuring sent shockwaves through the US auto industry, according to CNN. What drives the decision? Reduced air travel. The TSA reports that domestic flights are down 94%. Due to the …

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Norwegian Air says dispute with Boeing will be settled in US court

DUBLIN (Reuters) – Norwegian Air expects its dispute with Boeing over the cancellation of orders for 97 aircraft to be settled in U.S. court proceedings and not in an Irish restructuring process, an airline attorney said Friday. FILE PHOTO: Norwegian Air Sweden’s SE-RRY Boeing 737-800 plane approaches Riga International Airport …

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Fraud and asset tracing against HMRC

Click here to watch the video. PREVIEW XL Insurance Company SE v (1) IPORS Underwriting Limited; (2) Paul Alan Corcoran; (3) Cheshire Prestigious Cars Limited and (4) Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs [2021] EWHC 474 (Comm) Al Capone once said: “The income tax law is a load of nonsense. The …

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IBBI offers 2 steps to speed up the business liquidation process

The companies’ liquidation process may not be unduly delayed in the coming days if insolvency regulator IBBI has its way. On the anvil, there are two steps – allowing the liquidator to allocate “not readily realizable assets” (NRRA) through public auctions to third parties and allowing creditors to transfer or …

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CEO Who Profited From Hi-Crush Spiral Leaves As Company Emerges From Bankruptcy

Reuters Robert Rasmus, the founder of oil services company Hi-Crush Inc, which profited from the company’s bankruptcy, lost his positions with the company during a recent restructuring, according to publications of the business. Rasmus was replaced as CEO last month by Dirk Hallen, a former chief executive of oil company …

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Brazil’s Odebrecht files for bankruptcy after years of corruption probes

SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Brazilian conglomerate Odebrecht SA filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday, seeking to restructure 51 billion reais ($13 billion) of debt in what would be one of the largest debt restructurings to courts in Latin America. FILE PHOTO: The corporate logo of Odebrecht is seen inside one …

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Retail rout gathers pace, Lord & Taylor seeks bankruptcy

Lord & Taylor is filing for bankruptcy protection, as are the owner of Men’s Wearhouse and Jos ByThe Associated Press August 3, 2020, 12:45 PM • 2 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article NEW YORK — Lord & Taylor, America’s oldest retailer, is filing for bankruptcy protection, …

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Intelsat files for bankruptcy because 5G couldn’t save it

Text size Intelsat 35th launch Courtesy of Intelsat Intelsat filed for debt restructuring of around $15 billion, ending a controversial chapter in the US 5G saga. The satellite operator filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy late Wednesday, and secured $1 billion in debtor-in-possession financing to help pay for operations during its …

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US distribution giant Guitar Center reportedly preparing to file for bankruptcy this weekend

US retail giant Guitar Center is reportedly preparing to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this weekend. As reported by Bloomberg, the chain and its private equity owner Ares Management are finalizing bankruptcy terms with the support of most of its creditors. That could lead to the company filing for pre-packaged …

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The famous Providence restaurant, Gracie, files for bankruptcy; plans to reopen

PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) — One of Providence’s best-known restaurants has filed for bankruptcy as restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic weigh heavily on one of the capital’s most important industries. Court documents show that Gracie’s Ventures Inc., the parent company of Gracie’s on Washington Street as well as neighboring café …

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Manolo Blahnik files for bankruptcy against former US partner – Trade Observer

famous shoe brand Manolo Blahnik filed an involuntary complaint bankruptcy petition versus his U.S. partner over $600,000 in unpaid goods, Commercial Observer has learned. Calzaturificio Re Marcelloitalian cobbler belonging to Blahnikfiled the chapter 7 involuntary petition versus Manolo BlahnikUSAwhich is owned by the retailer’s long-time partner, George Malkemus III. The …

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Liquidation of a business and filing for bankruptcy in the UAE

the UAE Bankruptcy Law has recently seen a change. In the past, insolvencies required companies in the UAE to consensually restructure a debtor’s debts. In addition, largely untested legislation previously pushed companies and their partners into moderate insolvencies due to limiting procedures. The new bankruptcy law is a game-changer, bringing …

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Westchester County’s largest hotel project in 20 years files for bankruptcy

D’Wayne Prieto and 115 Cedar Street in New Rochelle (Linkedin, Google Maps) UPDATE, September 21, 10:18 a.m.: A hotel project seen as a catalyst for the revitalization of downtown New Rochelle just filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. A company, WP Realty Acquisition III, linked to a luxury Wyndham hotel planned …

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Omar reintroduces bill to cancel rent and mortgage payments during pandemic

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) introduced a bill Thursday for the second time that would ensure full exemption from paying rent and mortgage payments throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Under the bill, titled the Rent and Mortgage Cancellation Actthere would be no accumulation of debt for tenants or landlords, as well as …

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Justice Department Blocks ‘Essential’ Marijuana Workers From Bankruptcy Protection

The Department of Justice is blocking struggling cannabis companies and their employees from going bankrupt to deal with the coronavirus-related downturn, even in states that determine medical marijuana to be an essential industry during the pandemic. Department policy means the financial safety net that bankruptcy offers consumers who fall behind …

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Increase in farm debt and bankruptcies

The year 2019 stands out for farmers for all the wrong reasons. Late sowing followed by a wet autumn made harvesting difficult. Nationally, farm bankruptcies are on the rise, and there are concerns that they will continue this trend after a difficult year. But North Dakota might be the anomaly. …

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J. Crew hides in Richmond Bankruptcy Court

A J.Crew store. (Courtesy of Wiki Commons) With much of Richmond’s economy remaining in coronavirus limbo, local business bankruptcy lawyers were cast a big fish Monday – and it’s a gift that will continue to be given for the foreseeable future. . J. Crew, the New York-based national clothing retailer …

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FERC Appeals Chap. 11 Plan Abandonment Pipeline Offers Would Be Accepted

By Morgan Conley (January 7, 2021, 5:45 PM EST) – Federal Energy Regulatory Commission opposes approval of Extraction Oil & Gas’s Chapter 11 plan that allowed the company to drop contracts to pipeline, just weeks after opposing the Delaware bankruptcy court’s power to rule over FERC-approved transactions without regulator approval. …

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JCPenney goes bankrupt after decades of struggling to reinvent itself

JCPenney has closed nearly 200 locations in the past five years, including this one in Roanoke … [+] Rapids, North Carolina. However, it still has a sprawling fleet of 850 stores. ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS/AFP via Getty Images JCPenney has filed for bankruptcy, pushed to the brink by a pandemic that has …

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North Carolina Commercial Receivership Law: What Creditors Need to Know About the New Law

December 30, 2020 The law, led by the Bankruptcy Section of the North Carolina Bar Association, takes effect Jan. 1, 2021, and provides North Carolina creditors with a stronger and more current remedy in the event of a receivership. What is a receivership? A receivership is a …

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Retail has been on life support – coronavirus could pull the plug

With hundreds of thousands of stores closed across the country, the coronavirus pandemic is accelerating dramatic changes in the retail industry that were underway long before the viral outbreak hit the United States, analysts say. . “Retail has been on life support,” said Ian Ross, director of commercial property investment …

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Pandemic is killing America’s favorite workwear brands: list

A Ralph Lauren store in the Georgetown neighborhood on June 2, 2020 in Washington, DC OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images In the middle of 2020, a year like no other, the devastating coronavirus pandemic has forced dozens of clothing retailers bankrupt. Brands that sell clothes aimed at office workers have …

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Why States Can’t Go Bankrupt

Comments by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell suggesting he would let states go bankrupt have sparked a firestorm of controversy. The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on state economies, depriving states of needed revenue from sales and income taxes. Legal experts say states aren’t allowed to file for bankruptcy, but …

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Year-round bankruptcy filings to block UCC sale of Denizen Bushwick to Brooklyn – Trade Observer

Yoel Goldmanit’s Year round management filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in an effort to avoid a Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) foreclosure sale on its mega-housing development in Brooklyn Denizen Bushwickaccording to a filing filed late yesterday in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. The …

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Fixed-rent leases protected in the event of bankruptcy

In a ruling with implications for millions of renters, New York state’s highest court ruled Thursday that a lease for a rent-regulated apartment is public property and cannot be seized as an asset in a personal bankruptcy. In a 5-2 vote, the Court of Appeals ruled that a stabilized rent …

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Paddle8 bankruptcy proceedings take a heated turn with allegations of ‘reckless’ leadership and ‘disloyalty’ + other news

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know on Monday, September 28. NEED TO READ Museum administrator defends Guston’s delay – Ford Foundation President Darren Walker, who sits on the board of …

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Are gas royalty owners buyers or sellers? In a legal battle over royalties, the answer to this question could make all the difference for landowners

State AG says drillers have greater bargaining power. Companies say consumer protection law doesn’t cover someone selling drilling rights Rachel McDevitt Rachel McDevitt is a reporter for StateImpact Pennsylvania at WITF. Rachel joined WITF in 2017 as the host of All Things …

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Puerto Rico files for largest US municipal bankruptcy

Puerto Rico has filed for bankruptcy. It is the largest municipal bankruptcy filing ever recorded in the United States. Puerto Rico currently owes its creditors a huge $70 billionmuch higher than Detroit’s Bankruptcy of 18 billion dollars in 2013. “Given the deficit we inherited, it is my responsibility to ensure …

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Guitar Center to file for bankruptcy after announcing deal to reduce debt

Guitar Center, Inc.the global leader in the distribution of musical instruments, today announced that it has entered into a comprehensive restructuring support agreement (the “RSA”) with its key stakeholders, including its sponsor, a fund managed by the group investment capital of Management company Aresnew capital investors Brigade Capital Management and …

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Big Changes for Small Businesses Coming in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy | Lowndes

In the coming weeks, the Small Business Reorganization Act (the “SBRA”) will come into effect. As part of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 – the most significant large-scale amendment to the bankruptcy code since its enactment – Congress amended the bankruptcy code to define certain …

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AMC Theaters Could Benefit From Bankruptcy Suggestions From Box Office Analysts

It’s no secret that 2020 has been terrible for movie theaters. AMC Theaters, the largest chain in the United States, has been on the verge of bankruptcy for months as the box office remains minimal. But, according to several analysts, the bankruptcy could prove beneficial for the company in the …

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Muji is the latest retailer to file for bankruptcy

Muji, which sells minimalist home decor, stationery and clothing, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Delaware on Thursday. The company plans to use the process to emerge with a renewed focus on online sales. “Muji has felt the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on in-store retail and, therefore, will …

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Greece may have to sell some of its islands, ancient ruins to pay its debt

Job : Jul 14, 2015 / 9:38 a.m. CDT / Update: Jul 14, 2015 / 9:38 a.m. CDT Old church of Oia with beautiful view of caldera and sea volcano on June 30, 2015 in Santorini, Greece. (Photo by Athanasios Gioumpasis/Getty Images) This is an archived article and the information …

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Bob’s big bet: the takeover of Lehman Brothers by Barclays 10 years later

When two days after Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy, Barclays announced it was buying the collapsed bank’s U.S. investment banking and capital markets businesses for just $250 million, the deal was widely considered like a coup. Bob Diamond, who had spent a decade transforming Barclays’ sleepy BZW investment bank into …

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Gabriel’s Liquor alleges state is blocking deal with Walmart

The owners of Gabriel’s Liquor and Don & Ben’s Liquor allege in a lawsuit filed this week in bankruptcy court that the state is blocking their efforts to sell stock in the company to Walmart – or any other publicly traded company. The dispute centers on a section of state …

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President Biden did not show strength by bombing Syria or on MBS. He made America look weak.

Some American traditions really need to die. Like Tom Brady (almost) still winning the Super Bowl. Or, perhaps more importantly, our crazy but deeply rooted idea that a new American president gains his wings the first time he drops bombs on the Middle East or South Asia, just like the …

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Covid led to a spike in business bankruptcies in 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a surge in bankruptcies among medium and large American companies. In 2020, 244 U.S. companies with liabilities exceeding $50 million filed for bankruptcy. That’s a nearly 70% increase from 144 filings in 2019, and the most since 2009, when 293 U.S. companies filed for …

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How Atlantic City Celebrated the Trump Plaza Implosion

With a bang: the beginning of the end of Trump Plaza in Atlantic City.Will Yakowicz A Minutes after 9 a.m. on a bitterly cold Tuesday morning on the boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey, a car horn sounded and a flock of seagulls perched on the former Trump Plaza Hotel …

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LATAM Airlines Proposes New $2.45 Billion Financing Deal to US Bankruptcy Court

By Fabien Cambero, Aislinn Laing SANTIAGO, Sept 17 (Reuters) – LATAM Airlines has submitted a new $2.45 billion financing proposal amid its U.S. bankruptcy protection process, replacing a debtor-in-possession loan proposal that prompted the judge to reject the original plan earlier this month. LATAM, Latin America’s largest airline group, told …

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Calgary International Airport falls under the weight of $2.9 billion in debt

Breadcrumb Links Local company Business The project has made YYC one of the most indebted airports in Canada Publication date : Jul 09, 2020 • July 9, 2020 • 5 minute read • 21 comments The international terminal at Calgary International Airport was nearly deserted amid the COVID-19 pandemic on …

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The Washington Post fact-checked Bernie Sanders. It went wrong

Medical debt is a major factor in personal bankruptcy. It is a fact that Bernie Sanders highlights on the stump in support of his Medicare for All proposal. Sanders, who likes statistics more than stories, drives home the point with a big number. “500,000 people go bankrupt every year because …

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Bruno Mars crashes the big rap party at the Grammys

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be out of date. Please look at the timestamp on the story to see when it was last updated. NEW YORK — The Grammy Awards looked set to make this year a triumphant year for rap at the …

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