Three advantages physical stores still have over their online-only rivals.
By Anthony Dukes, The Conversation
Some states have made it clear they intend to continue their lawsuits against members of the Sackler family in state courts.
By Geoff Mulvihill, Associated Press
The bankruptcy filing will wipe out more than $400 million of the company's long-term debt.
By Associated Press
The once formidable retail giant Sears files for bankruptcy protection. The company, which also owns Kmart, will continue to operate as executives try to reverse a downward spiral exacerbated by e-commerce. John Yang examines the company’s storied legacy and tumultuous…
By Anne D'Innocenzio, Associated Press
The question now is whether a smaller version of the company that once towered over the American retail landscape can remain viable or whether the iconic brand will be forced out of business.
By John O'Connor and Sophia Tareen, Associated Press
The Illinois House voted to override Gov. Bruce Rauner's vetoes of a budget package, giving the state its first spending blueprint in more than two years and ending the nation's longest fiscal stalemate since at least the Great Depression.
Puerto Rico essentially filed for bankruptcy this week in order to restructure more than $120 billion in debt and pension obligations. With the economy mired in a slump, the government is reducing public services, pensions are likely to be cut…
By Stephanie Joyce, Wyoming Public Radio and Leigh Paterson, Inside Energy
Peabody Energy, the country's largest coal company, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Wednesday.
By PBS NewsHour
As Detroit schools slip toward bankruptcy, the Michigan state legislature approved almost $50 million in emergency aid to keep Detroit's public schools open through the end of this year. New York Times reporter Kate Zernike joins Megan Thompson to discuss.
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