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  • Bankruptcies

    Bankruptcies
    Chapter 7 Central Florida individuals and businesses that have filed for liquidation under Chapter 7 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code include: Lanco Inc. of Orlando, doing business as Pastios Diner, 1419 E. Semoran Blvd., Casselberry. Filed: March 16....
  • Bankruptcy of debt-heavy Caesars division complex, lengthy

    No one said it was going to be easy, and the bankruptcy of Caesars Entertainment's debt-heavy operations arm has been anything but as it appears to be growing even more complex and lengthier than expected. With some $18 billion in debt and tens of...
  • Real Estate Notebook: Former radio host's Manalapan home to be auctioned

    Real Estate Notebook: Former radio host's Manalapan home to be auctioned
    Fisher Auction Co. said it will handle the April 8 sale of the Manalapan mansion owned by former Delray Beach radio host Kenneth W. Brown. A bankruptcy judge ordered the sale. The minimum bid is $6.5 million. The 6,300-square-foot estate at 4020 S....
  • Napa winemaker was unraveling before he shot investor, self

    Robert Dahl came west from Minnesota with a powerful desire to make his fortune in Napa Valley's famed wine country. And it looked like he had succeeded — for a while. The burly, charismatic businessman had convinced friends old and new to invest...
  • Chuy, Rahm and the Chicago school crisis

    Chuy, Rahm and the Chicago school crisis
    Let's start with this: A central premise of mayoral challenger Jesus "Chuy" Garcia's new campaign ad on Chicago education is flat wrong. Garcia says Mayor Rahm Emanuel closed 50 elementary schools and "he took the money from these schools and gave it to...
  • 80 years later, how would Atlantic City-based Monopoly look?

    Monopoly is celebrating 80 years of capitalist cunning and dinner-table deals. The board game based on the real-life streets of Atlantic City was "born" on March 19, 1935, when Parker Brothers acquired the rights to it. In the decades since, an...
  • Bankrupt Toll Road operator executives to share $2.5M bonus

    Top executives from the bankrupt operator of the Indiana Toll Road will split $2.45 million in bonuses once an Australian company closes on a $5.72 billion deal to buy the lease-holding business. ITR Concession Co. CEO Fernando Redondo and four other...
  • Icahn likens casino union to mobsters demanding 'protection'

    Ratcheting up his war of words with Atlantic City's main casino union, billionaire investor Carl Icahn on Thursday likened the group to mobsters demanding protection from merchants in return for not getting bricks through their windows. In a letter to...
  • Bush served on board of Florida timber firm facing lawsuits

    In a public move presaging his run for the White House, Jeb Bush resigned from corporate positions at the end of last year. Less noticed: One of the companies where he served on the board, Florida timber company Rayonier Inc., faced a flurry of lawsuits...
  • Fashion Mall auctioned for $37.7 million

    Fashion Mall auctioned for $37.7 million
    Fashion Mall in Plantation, vacant and tangled in bankruptcy proceedings for years, has been auctioned off for $37.7 million, said a lawyer representing the property's trustee. In February, a bankruptcy judge ruled in favor of Kenneth A. Welt, the...
  • 3 killed, 4 hurt in shooting at California convenience store

    Three people were killed and four people were wounded in an apparent drive-by shooting at a Northern California convenience store that one official called one of the worst mass shootings in the city's recent history. Stockton police Officer Joe Silva...