Rite Aid to Close 27 US Outlets as Drugstore Chain Faces Federal Bankruptcy

Rite Aid is closing more than 20 US stores, according to court documents filed this week in its federal bankruptcy case.

Fisker Files for Bankruptcy as Negotiations With Major Carmaker Come to Close

Fisker filed for bankruptcy after purchase talks with a multinational automaker failed...

Red Lobster Abruptly Closes at Least 48 Restaurants in US Amid Bankruptcy Reports

Red Lobster is unexpectedly shutting 48 US locations, liquidating its assets via an online auction...

Steward Health Care Puts All 31 Hospitals up for Sale to Address $9 Billion Debt After Filing for Bankruptcy

Steward Health Care has reportedly listed all its 31 hospitals in the United States for sale to pay off its $9 billion debt...

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