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In this March 22, 2012 photo is Judge Steven Rhodes in Detroit. Rhodes, overseeing Detroit's bankruptcy case, is making sure that the impact on people is front and center in his courtroom.
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Indian shares have hit a record high as the main opposition party, seen as business friendly, won an absolute majority in state elections.
More than half a decade into the foreclosure crisis and the big banks still haven't cleaned up their act, according to a new administrator's report.
SocGen currency analyst Sebastien Galy says in an email to clients that he has just gone further long risk in his personal account.
Alicia H. Munnell, a longtime retirement watchdog, is keeping a close eye on the pension challenges ahead for the City of Detroit retirees.
In this March 16, 2012 file photo, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, right, and Syracuse, N.Y., Mayor Stephanie Miner talk during a bill signing ceremony in the Red Room at the Capitol in Albany, N.Y. A federal bankruptcy court's decision, Dec. 3, 2013 in Detroit to put a constitutionally protected public pension on the table for cuts means a major ... (more)
This past months has been a roller coaster ride for Bitcoin. The Chinese government on Thursday moved to restrict banks from using Bitcoin in transactions, declaring that it was not a true currency at all, The New York Times reported .
Greek lawmakers have passed the government's 2014 budget, which forecasts a return to growth after six consecutive years of deep recession, but its revenue and spending targets have been contested by the country's creditors who have provided more than 240 billion euros in bailout aid since 2010 to keep heavily indebted Greece from going bankrupt.
Bitcoin, the virtual money former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan called "a bubble," was accepted as payment in the purchase of a Tesla Motors Inc. Model S electric car at a California Lamborghini dealership.
The casino formerly known as the Atlantic City Hilton listed assets, excluding real property, of $17.1 million and liabilities of $16.8 million.
The fight over defunct Nortel Networks' $7.5 billion in cash will be decided in joint U.S.-Canadian court hearings and not in arbitration, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Friday.
Brennan's Inc., former owner of the landmark Brennan's restaurant, is bankrupt and must be liquidated, a federal bankruptcy judge has found.
A judge refused to block a merger between American Airlines and US Airways on Friday, saying a bankruptcy judge correctly rejected arguments made by a lawyer for some consumers.
In this Sept. 13, 2011 photo, A. Paul Schaap stands on the fourth floor of the A. Paul Schaap Chemistry Building and Lecture Hall on the campus of Wayne State University in Detroit.
A former Detroit university professor is pledging $5 million and is hoping it will spark a wildfire of private financial support to protect valuable art from being sold to pay creditors in the city's bankruptcy.