The government support provided at the beginning of the pandemic was meant to be temporary, but companies are still suffering.
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Online business will continue as usual, and J. Crew still has plans to reopen stores.
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FTD declares bankruptcy, but will still deliver flowers.
The company that launched Ebony and Jet magazines — Johnson Publishing Company of Chicago — has filed for bankruptcy. Johnson sold off its magazines in 2016, but held on to Fashion Fair, its cosmetics brand. When the brand hit the market in 1973, the department store counters that sold it were among the few places where […]
When a business files for bankruptcy in today's economy, what happens?
The chairman of the storied retailer has proposed a $4.6 billion bid to save what's left of the 130-year-old chain.