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1. 2017-07-11 Gymboree closing 350 stores after filing for bankruptcy San Francisco
C. 2016-01-23 Yellow Cab declares bankruptcy owning to competition, lawsuits San Francisco
2011-08-22 Andronico's Markets files for bankruptcy San Francisco
E. 2011-04-06 A.G. Ferrari files Chapter 11 San Francisco
F. 2010-02-22 Lembi empire's hotels hang on for dear life Union Square, SF Downtown
6. 2009-11-10 Wilkes Bashford files for bankruptcy Sutter Street, SF Downtown
H. 2009-09-09 Debt swamping Lembi Group San Francisco
I. 2009-07-18 Firm wins auction for Eddie Bauer San Francisco

Yellow Cab declares bankruptcy owning to competition, lawsuits  San Francisco's Yellow Cab Cooperative has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Yellow Cab is San Francisco's largest cab company Andronico's Markets files for bankruptcy
Gymboree closing 350 stores after filing for bankruptcy

year 2017 Top ^

  Children's clothing seller works to restructure in bankruptcy. The San Francisco-based company mostly closing Gymboree and Crazy 8 stores

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year 2011 Top ^

  Hobbled by a cash crunch triggered by a store expansion, Andronico's filed for bankruptcy and it is in talks to sell itself to private investors

  Last month,Harold Ferrari, 88, son of founder Annibale Giovanni Ferrari, and brother-in-law Vincent Cerletti, 89, - passed away

year 2010 Top ^

Feb.22 Lembi empire's hotels hang on for dear life
Map of Union Square San Francisco  SF Downtown: Three Union Square boutique hotels run by the daughter of paterfamilias Frank Lembi are in default on $75.9 million worth of loans

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Nov.10 Wilkes Bashford files for bankruptcy   SF Downtown: The namesake business of the clothier that has been has been struggling since the economic meltdown, has filed for Chapter 11 protection Sep.9 Debt swamping Lembi Group  Defaults, receiverships and foreclosures are threatening to sink Lembi Group Inc., which in the past owned more than 300 apartment building... Jul.18 Firm wins auction for Eddie Bauer  Golden Gate Capital won the bankruptcy auction for outdoor clothing retailer Eddie Bauer after placing a $286 million bid Jan.27 Chocolate Plants Closing
  Berkeley: The Hershey Co. plans to close Scharffen Berger's W. Berkeley plant as well as the SF factory that makes Joseph Schmidt chocolates

year 2008 Top ^

Sep.23 Venerable law firm struggles to survive  Heller Ehrman, a storied law firm founded in 1890 that was considered one of the most solid in the nation, is now struggling for survival Mar.8 Sharper Image wants to close 96 stores  Sharper Image is seeking court permission to close 96 stores nationwide - including 9 in Northern California Mar.7 Sharper Image Will Take Gift Cards Again  Sharper Image Corp. would immediately resume honoring gift cards that were suspended when the company filed for bankruptcy Feb.20 Bankruptcy for Sharper Image
  The retail chain known for selling expensive gadgets filed for bankruptcy protection, saying it plans to sell off stores and inventory

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Jun.9 Two Bakery Plants to Close
  Bankrupt Interstate Bakeries will close 2 plants and lay off 650 workers, continuing a cost-cutting spree

year 2004 Top ^

Apr.12 PG&E utility leaves bankruptcy behind
  The 99-year-old Pacific Gas and Electric Co. ended 3 years of bankruptcy after distributing $10.2 billion to creditors Mar.26 PG&E poised to exit bankruptcy
Jan.5 Judge rejects PG&E bailout delay

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Dec.22 Judge approves PG&E's reorganization
Dec.16 PG&E reaches compromise on bankruptcy  PG&E has agreed to demands that would trim about $1 billion from the $7.2 billion bailout bill facing the customers Dec.12 PG&E reconsider $80 million to executives Dec.5 State objects to PG&E's bankruptcy plan Nov.18 PG&E bankruptcy settlement rejected  A judge advised state energy regulators to reject crucial elements of a proposed $7.2 billion bailout Feb.28 Red Herring magazine closes  Publisher RHC Media reached the decision after unsuccessfully trying to sell the magazine. March issue is final one

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Oct.8 Upside magazine folds  Upside's parent UMAC told the magazine's 75 employees that the magazine would close immediately Jul.13 Robertson Stephens bank closed  SF Downtown: Robertson chief executive John Conlin's news to employees spelled the end of one of the original Four Horsemen

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Apr.7 PG&E bonuses before bankruptcy  Utility awarded 6,000 bonuses and raises to mid-level managers and other employees hours before filing for Chapter 11 Apr.6 PG&E files for bankruptcy
  California's largest utility voluntarily filed for Chapter 11. It had run up an $8.9 billion deficit
 Pacific Gas and Electric Co debts are increasing by $300 million a month. The bankruptcy filing does not affect the utility's parent company, PG&E Corp. It's the third-largest bankruptcy in U.S. history. PG&E has 15 days to complete its bankruptcy paperwork. The governor called the decision 'a real slap in the face to California'
Mar.16 PG&E gets $1.2 billion tax refund  Company will hand over the money to its bankrupt utility

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