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Federal health regulators who moved to cut off Medicaid payments to a Georgia nursing home after finding broken toilets during a January inspection...
Credit markets are grappling with a global selloff that’s sending the cost to protect against company defaults to the highest level in almost...
Chesapeake Energy Corp., the U.S. natural gas driller that’s been slashing jobs and investor payouts to conserve dwindling cash flows, lost...
Oil and gas producer Warren Resources Inc. warned that it would have to seek bankruptcy protection if talks to reach a debt restructuring agreement...
A House committee will hear Treasury's Antonio Weiss discuss an analysis of Puerto Rico on Feb. 25, as lawmakers coalesce around a bill that...
The Obama administration plans to boost the federal government’s power to investigate and punish colleges accused of deceptive marketing...
Apollo Global Management and other investors agreed to buy Apollo Education Group Inc., owner of the University of Phoenix, as for-profit schools...
The day of the $1,500-an-hour lawyer has arrived as partners at some of the nation’s top law firms are approaching — and, in a few cases...
Nora Pykkonen, who purchased Echo Mountain Resort in 2012 with plans to develop a private ski racing training facility, has filed for bankruptcy, the...
American Apparel said on Friday that it has emerged from chapter 11 proceedings as a private company after implementing a reorganization plan, the...