Toys 'R' Us Begins Store Closure Sales Across Southern CaliforniaSeveral Toys 'R' Us stores have started clearing the decks as they get ready to close for good.
Toys 'R' Us To Close 182 Stores Across The CountryToys "R" Us is shutting down a fifth of its stores, including dozens in California.
Boutique That Left Brides-To-Be Bummed Out Last Summer Back For Bargain Blowout FridayA popular wedding boutique that closed down abruptly in July was open for a huge sale Friday, and some future brides brought backup.
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Manhattan Beach-Based True Religion Emerges From Bankruptcy ProtectionThe luxury denim brand lowers its debt and gets more time to pay off loans under the reorganization plan.
Anxious Women Camp Outside Shuttered Bridal ShopsBrides-to-be across the country are scrambling to find a Plan B for their wedding gowns after Alfred Angelo abruptly closed 60 of its stores Thursday amid reports it plans to file for bankruptcy protection.
San Bernardino Emerges From Bankruptcy After 5 YearsAfter nearly five years, the city of San Bernardino has emerged from bankruptcy.
Payless Files For Bankruptcy, Will Immediately Close Nearly 400 StoresShoe chain Payless ShoeSource has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, becoming the latest retailer to succumb to increasing competition from online rivals like Amazon.
Hostess To Go Public 4 Years After BankruptcyThe company has been shuffled between different owners since it sought Chapter 11 protection for a second time in 2012.
Gawker Media Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy ProtectionGawker Media has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, about three months after pro wrestler Hulk Hogan won a $140 million lawsuit against the online gossip and news publisher.
California Awarded $1.1B Judgment Against Corinthian CollegesA San Francisco Superior Court judge has awarded California a $1.17 billion default judgment against the bankrupt operator of for-profit colleges.
Feds File Antitrust Suit To Block Sale Of Orange County RegisterThe federal government filed an antitrust lawsuit Thursday in an attempt to block Tribune Publishing from buying the bankrupt Orange County Register and Press-Enterprise newspapers in Southern California.