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A long-delayed federal rule intended to protect student loan borrowers who were defrauded by their schools went into effect yesterday, after a judge...
The decision by five investment companies to pull the plug on a Toys “R” Us reorganization earlier this year is coming under fire from...
Wedding dress retailer David’s Bridal has decided not to make an interest payment that was due Oct. 15 and is negotiating with its lenders, WSJ...
When Sears Holdings Corp. filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday, it said that it would close another 142 unprofitable Sears and Kmart locations...
Sears Holdings Corp.’s bankruptcy filing on Monday was anticipated by many, but it included some surprises, chief among them the naming of M-III...
A federal regulator plans to explain what it considers to be “abusive” practices by companies selling financial services, a move aimed at...
Tonawanda Coke Corp. has filed for bankruptcy, just days after telling government regulators it planned to shut down its Town of Tonawanda (N.Y.)...
The Securities and Exchange Commission said yesterday that public companies that are easy targets of cyber scams could be in violation of accounting...
President Donald Trump called the Federal Reserve his “biggest threat,” again criticizing the central bank for endangering economic...
A bankruptcy judge yesterday approved $300 million in financing to keep department store chain Sears Holdings Corp. open through the holiday season,...