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 89-99
  • Debating solutions to the student-loan debt crisis

    Among the many ideas being considered to ease the nation's student-loan debt crisis is this one: Allowing cash-strapped borrowers to wipe out their repayment obligations through federal bankruptcy court. My recent column on President Obama's proposal...
  • Giordano's to test the Vernon Hills market

    Giordano's to test the Vernon Hills market
    Giordano's newest location in Vernon Hills is the latest example of the company's move to open more carryout and delivery storefronts instead of full-service restaurants. The pizza chain opened April 17 in a 1,200-square-foot storefront along Townline...
  • Ramesh Ponnuru: Taxes won't fix Social Security

    Social Security Works, a left-wing group, was quick on the draw. Within an hour of Sen. Marco Rubio's announcement that he was running for president, it issued a news release attacking him: "If Senator Marco Rubio had his way, Social Security's very...
  • Founder retires, hands over leadership at Patient Advocate Foundation

    Founder retires, hands over leadership at Patient Advocate Foundation
    The health advocacy group that started with fewer than a handful of volunteers and a $5,000 budget, now employs more than 185, has an annual budget of more than $50 million, and each year serves more than 90,000 patients with chronic or debilitating...
  • Baby boom goes bust in Pennsylvania

    Baby boom goes bust in Pennsylvania
    Pennsylvania has a baby problem: We're not making enough of them. The state's birthrate was 11 for every 1,000 residents in 2013, according to a report published this year by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. To put that in perspective,...
  • Two more Lehigh Valley RadioShack stores to close

    Two more Lehigh Valley RadioShack stores to close
    Add two more RadioShack stores to the list of Lehigh Valley sites that are closing. The RadioShacks in Bethlehem and Whitehall Township are among 361 stores nationwide facing final-closing sales, according to a news release earlier this month from...
  • Five questions for Jeffrey A. Stoops

    Five questions for Jeffrey A. Stoops
    What has been your proudest achievement or moment? Helping save SBA from bankruptcy in late 2002/early 2003, a time when many other telecommunications companies went bankrupt including two other public tower companies. How would you describe your...
  • Herb Trimpe remembered: ‘Incredible Hulk’ artist saluted by Axel Alonso, Dan Slott and others

     
    Herb Trimpe, a veteran comic book artist who helped shape Marvel's Silver Age of comics, died Monday at 75. Trimpe […]...
  • Frederick's of Hollywood closes all stores, strips down to Web

    Frederick's of Hollywood closes all stores, strips down to Web
    Frederick's of Hollywood Group Inc., a Los Angeles lingerie brand that struggled to compete with rival Victoria's Secret, has closed all of its stores and will do business only online. "We no longer have store locations," the retailer said on its...
  • Private equity firm closes deal to buy teen retailer Wet Seal

    Private equity firm closes deal to buy teen retailer Wet Seal
    Versa Capital Management has finished its deal to buy Orange County retailer Wet Seal, shutting a chapter on a troubled retailer rocked by turmoil. Wet Seal, which has been taken private, will maintain its headquarters in Foothill Ranch, the  ...
  • 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...