bankruptcies

In Debt: Plan to Bail Out ‘Too Big to Fail’ Banks Raises Skepticism

In Debt: Plan to Bail Out ‘Too Big to Fail’ Banks Raises Skepticism

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Sept. 16, 2008, the day Lehman Brothers collapsed into bankruptcy.
Gawker and Hulk Hogan Reach $31 Million Settlement

Gawker and Hulk Hogan Reach $31 Million Settlement

The former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan, whose given name is Terry Bollea, leaving court in March.
Gawker and Hulk Hogan Reach $31 Million Settlement

Gawker and Hulk Hogan Reach $31 Million Settlement

The former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan, whose given name is Terry Bollea, leaving court in March.
New Jersey Moves to Take Control of Atlantic City

New Jersey Moves to Take Control of Atlantic City

Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City.
Dallas Stares Down a Texas-Size Threat of Bankruptcy

Dallas Stares Down a Texas-Size Threat of Bankruptcy

Michael S. Rawlings, the mayor of Dallas, said this month that his city appeared to be “walking into the fan blades” of municipal bankruptcy.
Dallas Stares Down a Texas-Size Threat of Bankruptcy

Dallas Stares Down a Texas-Size Threat of Bankruptcy

Michael S. Rawlings, the mayor of Dallas, said this month that his city appeared to be “walking into the fan blades” of municipal bankruptcy.
Supreme Court Case Has Bankruptcy World on Edge

Supreme Court Case Has Bankruptcy World on Edge

Jevic Transportation trucks at the company’s Delanco, N.J., headquarters in 2008. The company filed for bankruptcy two years after a leveraged buyout by Sun Capital Partners, which former employees
Supreme Court Case Has Bankruptcy World on Edge

Supreme Court Case Has Bankruptcy World on Edge

Jevic Transportation trucks at the company’s Delanco, N.J., headquarters in 2008. The company filed for bankruptcy two years after a leveraged buyout by Sun Capital Partners, which former employees
Calpers Cuts Investment Targets, Increasing Strain on Municipalities

Calpers Cuts Investment Targets, Increasing Strain on Municipalities

Officials with the California Public Employees’ Retirement System, Calpers, at a meeting on Monday. The pension system’s board voted Wednesday to cut projections for future investment returns.
Calpers Cuts Investment Targets, Increasing Strain on Municipalities

Calpers Cuts Investment Targets, Increasing Strain on Municipalities

Officials with the California Public Employees’ Retirement System, Calpers, at a meeting on Monday. The pension system’s board voted Wednesday to cut projections for future investment returns.

In Debt: Debt-Exchange Offers Get a New Lease on Life

A recent decision by a federal appeals court means that restructuring advisers can go back to being cunning about designing new and ever more forcible exchange offers.

In Debt: Dodd-Frank’s Bankruptcy Provision Could Be a Trump Target

Who is going to stand up for an obscure piece of insolvency law that is easily painted as a bailout tool?
Mavericks, a Premier Surfing Event, Is Canceled Amid Financial Woes

Mavericks, a Premier Surfing Event, Is Canceled Amid Financial Woes

Greg Long taking part in the Titans of Mavericks big wave competition in 2013. This year’s event was canceled after event organizers filed for bankruptcy.
They Came to Ski Idaho Slopes. Now They’re Saving the Ski Resort.

They Came to Ski Idaho Slopes. Now They’re Saving the Ski Resort.

Jim Carlson of Boise, Idaho, who has a home at the Tamarack ski resort, waited for his wife outside the Canoe Grill on a Friday morning last month.
They Came to Ski Idaho Slopes. Now They’re Saving the Ski Resort.

They Came to Ski Idaho Slopes. Now They’re Saving the Ski Resort.

Jim Carlson of Boise, Idaho, who has a home at the Tamarack ski resort, waited for his wife outside the Canoe Grill on a Friday morning last month.
In Debt: A New Twist in iHeartMedia’s Debt Struggles

In Debt: A New Twist in iHeartMedia’s Debt Struggles

Justin Timberlake, right, accepting the song of the year award at the 2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards in Inglewood, Calif.
Westinghouse Files for Bankruptcy, in Blow to Nuclear Power

Westinghouse Files for Bankruptcy, in Blow to Nuclear Power

A Westinghouse project in Waynesboro, Ga., remains unfinished, its future in doubt after the bankruptcy filing.
In Debt: Supreme Court Ruling Draws a Vague Line in Bankruptcy Cases

In Debt: Supreme Court Ruling Draws a Vague Line in Bankruptcy Cases

In an opinion written by Justice Stephen G. Breyer, the United States Supreme Court ruled last month that the order of payment in a bankruptcy cannot be evaded when a Chapter 11 case is dismissed.
Supreme Court Rebuffs G.M.’s Bid to Limit Ignition-Switch Lawsuits

Supreme Court Rebuffs G.M.’s Bid to Limit Ignition-Switch Lawsuits

The General Motors Technical Center in Warren, Mich. The company had argued it was not liable for claims over faulty ignition switches made before G.M. claimed bankruptcy in 2009.