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Biden Relief Plan Faces Senate Hurdle With Debate Poised to Open
President Joe Biden’s imperative of swiftly passing his $1.9 trillion pandemic-relief program faces one of its final hurdles: settling disputes among Senate Democrats over…
Apollo Affiliate Makes Lead Bid for Bankrupt Stationery Retailer Paper…
Private equity-owned stationary and gifts retailer Paper Source Inc. filed for bankruptcy, planning to permanently close some stores and sell itself to an affiliate of asset…
Empty Office Buildings Squeeze City Budgets as Property Values Fall
At a meeting with Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen last month, Jeff Williams, the mayor of Arlington, Texas, laid out his grim economic predicament: Heavy spending on…
Texas Electricity Regulator Under Pressure to Slash Winter Storm Bills
The Texas electricity regulator meets Wednesday for the first time since a devastating winter storm fueled a financial crisis in its power market, amid calls to slash billions…
Commentary: How Private Equity Squeezes Cash from the U.S. Coal Industry
Private equity firms are proving there’s still plenty of profit in the U.S. coal industry despite a decade of falling demand for the fossil fuel, according to a Reuters…
Bankruptcy Judge Approves Sale of Century-Old Conneaut Lake Park
A federal bankruptcy court judge has approved the sale of a century-old amusement park in northwestern Pennsylvania, the Associated Press reported. Pittsburgh-based U.S.…
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