The company behind the “Girls Gone Wild” videos has filed for bankruptcy in Los Angeles to protect itself from more than $16 million in disputed debts and judgements, including over $10 million owed to Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn, in papers obtained Thursday.
Delaware Judge Kevin Gross authorized the Los Angeles Dodgers to enter into a $150 million bankruptcy financial agreement.
We’ve all seen people wearing those personalized jerseys that are available for purchase from each major league team. You know, someone slips his own last name and favorite number on, say, a Rangers jersey, and then large groups of people mock him? Yeah, you know what I mean.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection.
Bookseller Borders, which helped pioneer superstores that put countless mom-and-pop bookshops out of business, filed for bankruptcy protection Tuesday, sunk by crushing debt and sluggishness in adapting to a rapidly changing industry.
A Southern California high desert hospital has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
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