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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

A&P gets green light to tap Fortress DIP

The Montvale, N.J., supermarket operator will use the money to continue operating while in Chapter 11. Continue reading

Frank: GE's divestiture move shows 'systemically important' legislation works

Law's co-author 'not convinced' of living wills' usefulness in dismantling failing financial institutions. Continue reading

Shift in C&S Wholesale's deal strategy is predicted

Supermarket consolidation may lead the largest distributor of groceries to think about expansion into the retail part of the business as a way to make up for lost customers. Continue reading

Home Properties sells itself to Lone Star for $7.6B

Multifamily REIT Home Properties agrees to sell itself in two parts, with Lone Star acquiring a majority of the company. Continue reading

Chinese junk bonds: The red badge of investing courage

The withdrawal of implicit government guarantees heightens the risks for holders of securities that rank well down the creditor pecking order. But brave buyers still love the yields. Continue reading

Caesars Entertainment hit with $6B lawsuit

UMB Bank alleges the gaming giant violated the terms of first-lien notes by removing its guarantee of the debt. Continue reading

Valley National leads a surge of bank acquisitions in Florida

The New Jersey-based buyer sets a high-water mark for valuations amid recovering deal volume. Bank of the Ozarks, Home Bancshares and Regions Financial are also likely buyers. Continue reading

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