RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Bankruptcy

A collection of news and information related to Bankruptcy published by this site and its partners.

Top Bankruptcy Articles

Displaying items 56-66
  • GM shielded from many ignition-switch lawsuits, bankruptcy judge rules

    GM shielded from many ignition-switch lawsuits, bankruptcy judge rules
    General Motors is shielded from claims over deaths and other damages that occurred in crashes before the automaker’s 2009 restructuring in Bankruptcy Court, a federal judge ruled Wednesday, stopping more than 100 cases that center on faulty ignition...
  • Emanuel scoffs at Rauner suggestion that CPS declare bankruptcy

    Emanuel scoffs at Rauner suggestion that CPS declare bankruptcy
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Wednesday threw cold water on Gov. Bruce Rauner's suggestion that Chicago Public Schools should consider declaring bankruptcy to get its financial house in order, instead returning to the argument that the state should provide relief...
  • Madoff trustee seeks to release $1.2 billion to investors

    A trustee recovering money for thousands of victims of Bernard Madoff's (MAY'-dawfs) epic Ponzi scheme has asked a New York court to let him distribute another $1.2 billion. Irving Picard asked the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan on Wednesday to...
  • Probe into Norton Oil's sudden closure ends, jilted customers get nothing

    Probe into Norton Oil's sudden closure ends, jilted customers get nothing
    Customers of a heating oil business that closed suddenly two years ago recently got the word they’d been dreading yet sort of expecting, that Norton Oil has no money to refund and consumer protection authorities can’t do anything about it...
  • Generators arrive at Revel; power struggle continues in court

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. As he promised, Glenn Straub's rented mobile generators arrived outside the powerless Revel building Tuesday morning, but they were not hooked up by the end of the day. The city continued levying $5,000 a day in fines against Straub,...
  • Christie urges benefit cuts as N.J. retiree rush strains pension

    TRENTON, N.J. Chris Christie is promoting his tell-it-like-it-is style of governing with town-hall meetings in New Hampshire before a possible White House run. Back home, attendees of such forums haven't heard the whole story of the pension mess...
  • Billionaire Jeff Greene buys Manalapan mansion for $6.89 million

    Billionaire Jeff Greene buys Manalapan mansion for $6.89 million
    Palm Beach billionaire Jeff Greene last week submitted the $6.89 million winning bid for the Manalapan mansion of former radio talk show host Kenneth W. Brown. A bankruptcy judge ordered the auction of the 6,400-square-foot home at 4020 S. Ocean Blvd. It...
  • Generator trucks arrive at powerless Revel casino site

    Three portable generator trucks arrived Tuesday at the site of Atlantic City's former Revel casino, which has been without utility service since last week. Florida developer Glenn Straub said two main generator trucks and a backup unit should be fully...
  • Robert Schuller turned drive-in movie ministry to megachurch

    The Rev. Robert H. Schuller didn't wait for the faithful to flock to his upstart church in Southern California — he took his message to them. As the car culture flourished in post-World War II California, the brash Iowa-born pastor began...
  • Just like Detroit

    Both the city of Chicago and the state of Illinois are in a financial position from which there is no easy exit. Politicians put us in this position, but they cannot find a way out. We are more like Detroit than Greece. Greece could get bailed out by...
  • Ex-student of Corinthian Colleges took protest over $130,000 debt to D.C.

    Ex-student of Corinthian Colleges took protest over $130,000 debt to D.C.
    Dawn Thompson was newly divorced and seeking the promise of a brighter future when she enrolled in the online paralegal studies program offered by for-profit Everest University in 2005. Six years later, the Springfield mother of two found herself with...