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Bankruptcy

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  • Formosa Group to Re-Open Former POP Sound Facility

    Post-production sound company Formosa Group will re-open the recently shuttered facilities of Pacific Ocean Post in Santa Monica, once a fixture of the Westside's thriving post-production scene of the '80s and '90s. Formosa, a West Hollywood-based...
  • Bankruptcy judge suggests arrest of 'Girls Gone Wild' founder Joe Francis

    Bankruptcy judge suggests arrest of 'Girls Gone Wild' founder Joe Francis
    Joe Francis could be headed for a jail cell. Again. The "Girls Gone Wild" founder, famous for tempting intoxicated spring-breakers to mug for cameras topless and French kiss their friends in videos he'd later make millions from, could now be the subject...
  • As cash and sales fall, RadioShack needs a reboot

    RadioShack sales keep dropping, cash is going fast and the stock trades for half a buck. Heck, one analyst has a target price of zero. So why doesn't RadioShack declare bankruptcy already? Maybe that won't fix the problem. American Airlines used Chapter...
  • Final 2 subdivisions going in at Broward's Heron Bay

    Final 2 subdivisions going in at Broward's Heron Bay
    Heron Bay is heading into the home stretch. WCI Communities Inc. announced Tuesday that it's developing the last two neighborhoods at the roughly 1,700-acre master-planned community in northwest Broward County. Hawthorne will feature 60 homes, while...
  • Mrs. Fields, TCBY combine brands — and desserts — to boost sales

    Mrs. Fields, TCBY combine brands — and desserts — to boost sales
    Mrs. Fields cookies and TCBY yogurt are vying for a comeback — together. The two faded chains have partnered to get a bigger slice of the dessert market. Famous Brands International, the chains' parent company, has created a dessert shop featuring...
  • Martin Scorsese voices support for Kodak's continued film production

    Martin Scorsese voices support for Kodak's continued film production
    Martin Scorsese shot classics such as "Casino" and "Gangs of New York" on film stock. Now the Hollywood titan is voicing support for Kodak's continued production of film. The digital age has made filmmaking easier and more affordable. But it would be...
  • Getting Started: Financial health can be a matter of time, not smarts

    Conventional wisdom says the more you know about personal finance, the better off you'll be at managing your money. But a new survey suggests that knowledge alone is not enough. For your finances to be in good shape, you also need to be aware of...
  • L.A. Unified school board race turns negative, focuses on reputation

    L.A. Unified school board race turns negative, focuses on reputation
    George McKenna has the sort of resume that would appear to make him a natural frontrunner in an important contest this month for the Los Angeles Board of Education. He has five decades of experience as a local educator, much of it in key leadership...
  • School Chief Candidate, Now In Trouble, Once Rode High On National School-Reform Tide

     School Chief Candidate, Now In Trouble, Once Rode High On National School-Reform Tide
    Terrence P. Carter's chances of becoming New London's superintendent of schools seem remote, now that newspaper disclosures have sparked an investigation into whether he misrepresented his education credentials in past years and copied others' published...
  • Filing bankruptcy? How to protect loved ones who cosign loans

    Wanda says her daughter is the cosigner for two auto loans. Wanda also is considering a bankruptcy filing. She asks: Will seeking bankruptcy protection affect her daughter's credit? Answer: It could. Bankruptcy filings can be tricky, especially if...
  • Lumber Liquidators' profit falls on decreased sales

    Lumber Liquidators' profit falls on decreased sales
    Reduced customer traffic and constraints on inventory for Toano-based Lumber Liquidators' stores led to a sales shortfall and an 18.7 percent drop in profit in the second quarter, the company reports. While overall sales increased by 2.3 percent with...