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Circuit City Is Coming Back From the Dead

Once the top big-box technology retailer, Circuit City filed for bankruptcy in 2008.

Sarah Whitten

San Francisco's Largest Yellow Cab Company Files for Bankruptcy Protection

The company's president blamed competition from ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft, among other factors.

Laura Entis

American Apparel Files for Bankruptcy

The company has been trying to rebound since the ousting of its founder and former CEO Dov Charney.

Phil Wahba

A Failed CEO Is Better Than a Successful Politician

The political class's criticism about setbacks in the work of Trump, Fiorina and Carson is wrong and misguided.

Ray Hennessey

Luxury Bus Company Leap Declares Bankruptcy, Auctions Buses for $5

The San Francisco-based company used to serve fresh-pressed juice to commuters.

Biz Carson

50 Cent's Bankruptcy Is a Lesson in Valuing What You Earn

When you work your way up, you have to learn to value what you have or you end up losing it.

Steve Tobak

5 Money Lessons You Can Learn From 50 Cent's Bankruptcy

The famed rapper earned a lot of money but not more than he could squander.

Timothy Sykes

Why It Is Rarely Wise to Borrow From Your 401(k)

Tapping your retirement account when times are tight usually just creates new money problems.

Andrea Murad

In Auction for RadioShack Name, Highest Bid Stands at $15 Million

The auction also includes the bankrupt electronic retailer's customer data.

Reuters

Hukkster Rises From the Dead as a Real-Time Retail Sales Alert Site

Missing Hukkster? Hukk that. The defunct sale-tracking site is back, but is it better?

RadioShack Rescue Deal Dogged by Fights, Demands for New Auction

The plan to keep 1,740 stores open was attacked by the bankrupt retailer's top creditor, a failed bidder who called the auction a sham and sought a new sale.

Reuters

Why RadioShack's Shuttered Stores Won't Be Vacant for Long

With more than 1,100 former RadioShacks now open for new businesses, franchises are finding opportunity in the brand's bankruptcy.

Kate Taylor