Chapter 11 Bankruptcy News
Clinton: Trump's Written 'a Lot of Books' That 'Seem to End at Chapter 11'
The presumptive Democratic nominee questions whether the GOP candidate's business history is a good fit for America.
The Latest: Trump Calls Clinton Campaign Funds 'Blood Money'
Donald Trump is suggesting that Hillary Clinton's commanding fundraising lead is attributable to the "blood money" she has raised
Clinton Warns That Trump Would Plunge Economy Into Recession
Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that Republican rival Donald Trump would send the U.S. economy back into recession, warning his 'reckless' approach would hurt workers still trying to recover from the 2008 economic turbulence
'Dance Moms' Star to Plead Guilty to Fed Charges on Monday
"Dance Moms" star Abby Lee Miller plans to plead guilty next week in Pittsburgh to bankruptcy fraud and failing to report more than $10,000 worth of Australian currency she brought into the country
The Latest: 'Dance Moms' Star to Plead Guilty in Fed Court
A federal judge in Pittsburgh has scheduled a guilty plea hearing next week for "Dance Moms" star Abby Lee Miller on bankruptcy fraud and currency reporting charges
Gawker Media Enters Into Purchase Agreement With Ziff Davis After Filing Bankruptcy
Shortly after Gawker Media filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today, the media company announced that it had entered into an asset purchase agreement with Ziff Davis, a global digital media company that is a subsidiary of j2 Global, Inc. During the sale process, Gawker Media's seven media brands will
Burt Reynolds Calls Sally Field the 'Love of My Life'
It's been more than 30 years since Burt Reynolds and Sally Field broke up, but Reynolds still isn't over her. Calling Field the "love of my life," Reynolds, now 79, confessed to Vanity Fair that "I miss her terribly." "Even now, it’s hard on me. I don’t know why I was so stupid," he continued. "Men
American Apparel, Once Worth Nearly $1 Billion, Is Now Bankrupt
American Apparel , once a juggernaut in the fashion industry, is now bankrupt, a precipitous fall for a company that was once worth $1 billion. The California-based company filed for Chapter 11 protection in Delaware today. As part of a deal with lenders, the company said it will continue operating
American Apparel to File for Bankruptcy
The company say that no U.S. stores will close as a result of the restructuring plan.