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Nonprofit colleges take up a new subject: Default

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

How oilfield services providers are getting through the night

Smaller companies are selling individual assets at auction while the larger companies, like Halliburton, are finding ways to finance producers through the malaise. Continue reading

Activists continue to squeeze value out of Jamba

Half a year after activist fund managers got on the juice retailer's board they are already having an impact its franchising and share buyback initiatives. Continue reading

Beltway Bandits remain strong despite budget shenanigans

Private equity investors have played an oversized role in the consolidation of government services providers over the past 10 years. And the business has only gotten more competitive. Continue reading

Facing FBI inquiry, BullionDirect seeks Chapter 11

The Austin, Texas, Web-based precious metals trading platform has ceased operations. 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

Patriot Coal files disclosure statement

The related Chapter 11 plan would distribute proceeds from the sale of substantially all assets of the Scott Depot, W.Va., coal producer. Continue reading

Lockheed to acquire Sikorsky for $9 billion as part of broader portfolio shift

The company is adding new hardware platforms while at the same time announcing plans to explore options for its $6 billion government IT division. Continue reading

As Delta hits turbulence, activists buzz the field

The airline, which recently suffered a labor setback and is under increasing regulatory scrutiny, has some high-profile hedge funds among its shareholders. Continue reading

Why Qualcomm could end up as the biggest proxy fight ever

The battle would be monumental for Jana Partners founder Barry Rosenstein and the sheer scale should give him pause. But he sees vulnerabilities at the tech giant. Continue reading

Sabine Oil & Gas seeks Chapter 11 protection due to merger row

Disputes over a December deal with Forest Oil have pushed the oil and gas exploration and production company into bankruptcy. Continue reading

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