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Bankruptcy

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  • RadioShack seeks bankruptcy court's approval to sell stores to hedge fund Standard General

    DALLAS RadioShack is asking the bankruptcy court to approve procedures Monday for the sale of about half of its stores to its largest shareholder, Standard General. Other companies also may be preparing bids. The New York-based hedge fund, which is...
  • Christie set to reveal 2016 NJ budget plan

    New Jersey residents will get a glimpse of how Gov. Chris Christie wants to spend their tax dollars when he lays out his 2016 budget plans before a hostile Democratic-controlled Legislature next week. Christie's sixth budget address comes as he jets...
  • Local RadioShack vows to remain open

    RadioShack may be pulling the plug on thousands of its retail locations, but Orlando franchisee Jon Toothman isn't letting corporate bankruptcy bring him down. Toothman's store at 2001 S. Orange Ave. in Orlando won't be closing, the owner says, even...
  • War of words erupts between Delta and Emirates over subsidies and 9/11

    War of words erupts between Delta and Emirates over subsidies and 9/11
    A war of words has broken out between the chief executives of Delta Air Lines and Emirates over government subsidies and the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Here’s how it all went down: Delta chief Richard Anderson and other U.S. airline...
  • Greensburg fire chief resigns days after wife charged

    Greensburg's longtime fire chief resigned and retired just days after criminal charges were filed against his wife, the former police chief. Scott Chasteen, a 24-year fire department veteran, notified Mayor Gary Herbert on Friday that he was resigning...
  • Judge sides with Donald and Ivanka Trump in name litigation

    A bankruptcy court judge sided with Donald and Ivanka Trump on Friday, ruling that they can move forward with a lawsuit seeking to strip the Trump name from Atlantic City's Taj Mahal casino. Judge Kevin Gross lifted a stay that had prevented the Trumps...
  • Harris approves sale of Catholic hospitals to Prime - with conditions

    Harris approves sale of Catholic hospitals to Prime - with conditions
    California Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris on Friday approved the hotly debated sale of a chain of six struggling Catholic hospitals — including two in Los Angeles County — but imposed strict conditions on how they will be managed. The...
  • Jeweler Levinson found dead after texting suicide note

    Jeweler Levinson found dead after texting suicide note
    A prominent Las Olas jeweler who rubbed elbows with celebrities, supported charitable causes and chummed around with one of South Florida's biggest Ponzi schemers took his own life Tuesday, authorities said. Mark Levinson sent his suicide note in an...
  • Greece and eurozone settle their differences _ for now

    Following weeks of recrimination and distrust, Greece and its creditors in the 19-nation eurozone reached an agreement Friday on extending the country's rescue loans, a move that should dramatically ease concerns it was heading for the euro exit as soon...
  • Federal funding of Michigan roads down 8 percent in 5 years

    As Michigan readies for a vote on raising state taxes to smooth a deteriorating network of roads and bridges, one reason is because it's contending with the reality that a significant source of money for the projects — federal aid — is down....
  • Parliament House emerges from bankruptcy

    Parliament House emerges from bankruptcy
    The owner of Parliament House, a gay-themed resort on Orlando’s west side, has emerged from bankruptcy after shedding millions in debts. The resort has plans to refinance, renovate and expand, said R. Scott Shuker, the resort’s bankruptcy...