Scott Depot, W.Va.-based energy company Patriot Coal is now in talks with a potential buyer, just a year and a half after emerging from Chapter 11.
Raising electricity rates to help repay its debt is not an option, says the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority.
A prolonged pricing slump and a high level of debt push the closely held mining firm into Chapter 11.
Corinthian Colleges had been accused of misrepresenting job-placement rates, and the federal government had cut off its access to federal student aid.
Baoding Tianwei misses a deadline to pay roughly $14 million in interest due on $242 million of bonds.
The lingerie retail chain files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy for the second time since 2000.
A rule proposed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation would force large banks to improve their deposit account recordkeeping.
The auditor helped Lehman Brothers' balance sheet appear healthier and less risk-laden than it actually was, charged the New York attorney general.
The struggling cosmetics company postponed an investor meeting, sparking rumors of a major strategic move.
By demanding share buybacks and dividends, which are paid out of cash reserves, activists threaten debt repayments.