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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

Owner of Village Voice in active talks with potential buyers

But industry sources believe Voice Media Group's best chance for selling the iconic alternative weekly newspaper is finding a local publisher willing to try to turn it around. Continue reading

Pot businesses in financial trouble face a hazy future

For the first time, an appellate court has weighed in on whether marijuana dispensaries are eligible for bankruptcy protection and if you're a debtor, the ruling is so not cool. Continue reading

In Italy, a renaissance beckons for distressed deals after years of stagnation

Assets ranging from high-end clothing makers to books of bad debt should start changing hands more swiftly thanks to legislative reforms, a weaker euro, and changes to banking-sector regulation. Continue reading

Judge confirms Corinthian Colleges liquidation plan

The Santa Ana, Calif., debtor will provide a $4.3 million trust fund for former students of the defunct private college system. Continue reading

Textron waivers between buyer and seller after failed Sikorsky bid

The company had hoped to consolidate its Bell Helicopter unit with its rival, cutting costs and sparking growth. Now, its future may lie more with jets than choppers. Continue reading

A&P sells pharmaceutical assets to Rite Aid

The Montvale, N.J., debtor wants to close the sale quickly so that customers can keep filling prescriptions. 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

Oil and gas companies brace for borrowing cuts

Swift Energy, Goodrich Petroleum, Magnum Hunter and others are at risk in next fall's bank redetermination season. Continue reading

Sysco spikes as Peltz's Trian takes a bite

Activist investor unveiled a more than 7% stake in the food distribution giant on Friday, becoming the largest individual shareholder in Sysco. Continue reading

Difficulties with government payments play big role in healthcare companies' financial distress

A yet-to-be-released study on healthcare bankruptcies finds that middle-market providers are in the most danger and that acquirers should know most failures are due to more than any one thing. 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

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