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American Apparel finally declares bankruptcy

After ousting its controversial CEO, the retailer famed for making its clothes in America said it needs to get out from under ongoing litigation. Continue reading

Starboard launches insurgency at Advance Auto Parts

Jeff Smith's new campaign could complement another insurgent's effort at car parts chain Pep Boys. Continue reading

EC opens in-depth investigation into Staples' $6.3B Office Depot purchase

The probe means the partners will almost certainly miss the year-end deadline to close the transaction that they had originally targeted. Continue reading

Gap sales decline makes case for banner sales

Apparel retailer is not fooling Internet savvy shoppers by offering same styles at different store brands. Continue reading

Quiksilver's bankruptcy means more trouble for surf brands

The struggles of even relative newcomers Zumiez and Tilly's point to a segment treading in troubled waters. Continue reading

Trinity Place raising up to $30M to develop former assets of Filene's Basement

Third Avenue Management and Michael Price's MFP Investors are providing up to $25 million to backstop a rights offering. Continue reading

Why Ethan Allen would look good in a data room

Buyout firms would bid enthusiastically for the furniture retailer if it were put on the auction block. Continue reading

Glorious Property becomes latest Chinese property developer to face trouble

Like Kaisa Group before it, the residential property developer has fallen behind on payments on almost $1.64 billion in loans and is facing more debt coming due in October. Continue reading

Why Ethan Allen won't avoid a fight by merely redecorating

Tom Sandell is pushing the furniture retailer to sell itself or monetize its real estate, and he doesn't give up easily. Continue reading

Looking for a silver lining in a drought

Dry times for California farmers have never been this bad, but the state's key crops have proven resilient. Continue reading

Trump International Golf sale hits a bunker

Acting U.S. Trustee Guy G. Gebhardt asserts the San Juan debtor has not established whether the sale price is fair and reasonable. Continue reading

Nonprofit colleges take up a new subject: Default

Many schools have narrowly escaped debt defaults, but expect their fortunes to change. Continue reading

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