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The sale of the domain Bitcoins.com, affiliated with Mt. Gox CEO Mark Karpeles, has been halted after a U.S. court order, according to the auction house.
The upcoming foreclosure auction of 14 office condos in Coral Springs was halted after their owner filed Chapter 11. PNC Bank recently won a $7 million foreclosure judgment against Lauren Enterprises, along with managing members Ricardo M. Pedrosa and Sharon Pedrosa.
A bankrupt businessman with convictions for tax avoidance is suing independent MP Brendan Horan and RadioLive in a $650,000 defamation claim.
The trustee overseeing the carcass of Mt. Gox, once the world's largest trading platform for Bitcoin, told investors Wednesday that the company could be revived.
The Orlando, Florida-based company cut its full-year earnings outlook, and Tupperware shares nearly 8 percent in morning trading Wednesday.
Before the Board of Education meets Thursday night to vote on a contract for Terrence P. Carter, its unanimous selection as the city's next superintendent of schools, it will hold a closed-door conference call to question him further about his academic record.
The owner of California's Bryman College chain -- with campuses in San Jose, Hayward, San Francisco and Los Angeles -- is in financial trouble and could close.
Retirees Mike Shane and William Davis protest near the federal courthouse in Detroit on July 3. Workers and retirees approved pension cuts in Detroit's bankruptcy by a landslide, the city reported Monday.
A man accused of enslaving a mentally disabled woman in northeast Ohio is set to be sentenced in federal court in Youngstown.
New London's Board of Education has postponed a planned vote to approve the contract for its new superintendent of schools.
Detroit's city workers and retirees overwhelmingly agreed to accept the city's debt adjustment plan, according to results filed late Monday, potentially clearing the way for the struggling city to exit bankruptcy in the next few months.
A court-appointed expert says the city's debt-cutting bankruptcy plan is feasible, but stressed Detroit needs more municipal workers and commitment from its leadership to carry out the massive restructuring.
Cybercriminals are spreading a new file-encrypting ransomware program that's more powerful and resilient than Cryptolocker, a threat recently shut down by the U.S. Department of Justice.
Only 8.2 million people went to one of Six Flags' 18 parks in April, May or June.
Detroit suspended its aggressive policy of cutting off water to customers with unpaid bills on Monday, the latest response to a controversy that has prompted large protests and caught the attention of the judge overseeing the city's bankruptcy.
Dell has already taken payments in Bitcoin, through gift cards, or Gyft cards to use its term, but it has gone further now, partnering with Coinbase to take the virtual cash directly .
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 03:57 am
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