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The problem with Puerto Rico's debt

Jul 17, 2015
Because of its exclusion from Chapter 9 provisions, handling debt is complicated.
Posted In: Puerto Rico, bond, bankruptcy, chapter 9, Detroit, schumer
American International Group, Inc. in New York.

AIG bailout trial: a partial moral victory

Jun 15, 2015
Hank Greenberg 'wins the battle but loses the war.'
Posted In: bankruptcy, AIG, lawsuit
District Court Judge Kevin Roy says medical debt comprises well over half the court files awaiting his signature each week.

Despite insurance, some Americans still struggle with medical debt

May 13, 2015
More than 50 percent of all bankruptcies are linked to medical debt.
Posted In: medical debt, healthcare reform, bankruptcy
The golden spongecake is making a comeback.

The rise, fall, and rise again of the Twinkie

May 4, 2015
Handling the Twinkie empire hasn't been a piece of cake.
Posted In: Twinkies, Hostess, junk food, bakery, bankruptcy
People walk by a Radio Shack store in San Francisco, California.

Why RadioShack's bankruptcy ended in an auction

Mar 23, 2015
Hedge funds are squabbling over Radio Shack like vultures fighting over a coyote carcass. How did it come to this?
Posted In: radioshack, hedge funds, bankruptcy
A person walks by a RadioShack store in San Francisco, California.

RadioShack's $3 million in executive retention bonuses

Feb 12, 2015
Eight executives and thirty senior managers could receive bonuses amid bankruptcy.
Posted In: radioshack, bankruptcy, executive pay
A RadioShack store in Miami.

RadioShack's long road to bankruptcy

Feb 3, 2015
The curtain is finally closing on the troubled chain's long decline.
Posted In: radioshack, bankruptcy, Sprint, Amazon

SkyMall files for bankruptcy. Blame your phone.

Jan 23, 2015
SkyMall catalog's days may be numbered, thanks to cellphones and tablets.
Posted In: skymall, bankruptcy, doggy beds that double as coffee tables

Your Wallet: Financial Crash

Jan 23, 2015
Do you have a story about about a time your personal economy crashed?
Posted In: Money, bankruptcy, economic crash
Wall Street

Banks' 'living wills' aren't looking so good

Aug 5, 2014
Banks still don't have realistic plans for an "orderly failure."
Posted In: Banks, bankruptcy, Dodd-Frank law, financial reform, FDIC

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