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As Americans in North and South Carolina slowly make it out of the Florence floodwaters, they face another daunting task: figuring out whether they...
China said today that it had no choice but to retaliate against new U.S. trade tariffs, raising the risk that U.S. President Donald Trump could soon...
Turkish companies will no longer be required to count foreign-currency losses when assessing whether to file for bankruptcy, according to a legal...
McKinsey & Co. is fighting a request to reopen the 2015 bankruptcy of coal mining company Alpha Natural Resources, denying allegations that...
Just last month, a piece of Lehman’s earthly remains won a lawsuit in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, when the judges agreed...
The judge in iHeartMedia Inc.’s bankruptcy case is asking the company to spell out why it needs to provide blanket legal immunity to third...
A bankruptcy judge has said the U.S. Justice Department can take over the management of the second-largest dairy in Oregon, the Associated Press...
Trucking company Roadrunner Transportation Systems Inc. is searching for ways to pay off a costly lifeline from hedge fund Elliott Management Corp....
Fika, the swanky Swedish coffee shop, filed for chapter 11 protection on Friday, the New York Post reported. There are now just seven locations in...
The Puerto Rican government is taking a hard line on rebuilding properties decimated by last year’s Hurricane Maria, offering homeowners...