Fairway Grocery Stores Slide Into Bankruptcy
The New York grocery store chain will continue operating under a prepackaged Chapter 11 filing.
Oil Price Slump Puts Energy XXI in Chapter 11
The company believes it has sufficient liquidity, including about $180 million of cash on hand as of March 31, to continue operations.
Pension Agency Assumes Benefits for A&P Workers
The bankrupt company's plans cover the retirement benefits for more than 21,000 people and are underfunded by about $292 million.
Zinc Producer Files Chapter 11
Long-falling zinc prices cause a Pittsburgh metals producer to declare bankruptcy.
Gold Mining Company Files Chapter 11
Atna Resources has $200,000 in cash on hand and owes creditors more than $19 million.
American Apparel Files for Bankruptcy
Another teen fashion retailer seeks to reorganize under Chapter 11 protection.
Eighteen Months Later, A Second Bankruptcy
Scott Depot, W.Va.-based energy company Patriot Coal is now in talks with a potential buyer, just a year and a half after emerging from Chapter 11.
Magnetation Files Bankruptcy Amid Iron Ore Slump
A prolonged pricing slump and a high level of debt push the closely held mining firm into Chapter 11.
EveryWare Global Planning Prepackaged Bankruptcy
The maker of kitchen glassware and dishes expects to emerge from Chapter 11 within 75 days.
Standard Register Agrees to Sale as Part of Bankruptcy
The print and marketing company has filed for reorganization as part of which it would be sold to existing lender Silver Point Capital.
Bid Values RadioShack Name at $20M
Shareholder Standard General has the lead bid, and a bankruptcy court has approved its use of "credit-bidding" to buy some of RadioShack's stores.