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B. 2017-06-25 Takata: Airbag-maker files for bankruptcy Japan
2. 2015-06-29 Puerto Rico governor says territory 'can't pay $72bn debt' Puerto Rico
3. 2015-05-11 Greece two weeks from cash crisis - Yanis Varoufakis Greece
E. 2015-01-23 SkyMall aeroplane catalogue files for bankruptcy
F. 2014-08-04 Many Russians stranded as tour firm Labirint fails European Union
G. 2014-02-28 Bitcoin exchange files for bankruptcy Tokyo
7. 2013-12-18 Ukraine saved from bankruptcy - PM Kiev
I. 2013-07-19 Legal battle over Detroit bankruptcy Michigan, Detroit
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Takata: Airbag-maker files for bankruptcy
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Takata: Airbag-maker files for bankruptcy
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Puerto Rico governor says territory 'can't ...
Greece two weeks from cash crisis - Yanis V...
SkyMall aeroplane catalogue files for bankr...
Puerto Rico governor says territory 'can't ...
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Greece two weeks from cash crisis - Yanis V...
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Many Russians stranded as tour firm Labirin...
Bitcoin exchange files for bankruptcy
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Bitcoin exchange files for bankruptcy
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2013
Ukraine saved from bankruptcy - PM
Detroit in largest US bankruptcy
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Ukraine saved from bankruptcy - PM
Detroit in largest US bankruptcy
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2013 2013
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2013 2013
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2012
Californian city faces bankruptcy
Lehman Brothers exits bankruptcy
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2012 2012
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Californian city faces bankruptcy
Lehman Brothers exits bankruptcy
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2012 2012
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2012 2012
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2011
American Airlines files for bankruptcy
MLB: LA Dodgers file for bankruptcy
American Airlines files for bankruptcy
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2011 2011
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2011 2011
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2011 2011
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2011 2011
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2010
Ireland bank bailout could cost $46 billion
Japan Airlines to file for bankruptcy
Ireland bank bailout could cost $46 billion
Japan Airlines to file for bankruptcy
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2010 2010
Politics
Ireland bank bailout could cost $46 billion
Crime
2010 2010
Crime
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2010 2010
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2009
Dubai debt woes 'a drama, but no crisis'
CIT Group files for US bankruptcy
Leaner GM emerges from bankruptcy
GM enters bankruptcy protection
GM bosses discuss bankruptcy plan
GM ponders future as deal fails
Chrysler 'to file for bankruptcy'
AIG reports record $61.7bn loss
Dubai debt woes 'a drama, but no crisis'
GM ponders future as deal fails
Chrysler 'to file for bankruptcy'
AIG reports record $61.7bn loss
Obama predicts more bank failures
Politics
2009 2009
Politics
Dubai debt woes 'a drama, but no crisis'
CIT Group files for US bankruptcy
US bank failures top 100 for year
Antigua & Barbuda seizes Stanford banks
Obama predicts more bank failures
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2009 2009
Crime
Leaner GM emerges from bankruptcy
GM enters bankruptcy protection
GM bosses discuss bankruptcy plan
GM ponders future as deal fails
Chrysler 'to file for bankruptcy'
2008
US warns of further bank failures
Another top European bank falters
US government rescues insurer AIG
Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
Another top European bank falters
Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
US warns of further bank failures
Another top European bank falters
Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
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2008 2008
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US carmakers publish rescue plans
2005
MG Rover gets 6.5m loan lifeline
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2005 2005
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MG Rover gets 6.5m loan lifeline
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2005 2005
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MG Rover gets 6.5m loan lifeline
2004
Yukos unit fetches $9bn at auction
Russia confirms Yukos break-up
Ex-Enron CEO denies fraud charges
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2004 2004
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2004 2004
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2004 2004
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Ex-Enron CEO denies fraud charges
Parmalat aide 'commits suicide'
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2004 2004
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2003
Tyson files for bankruptcy
American Airlines saved from the brink
Tyson files for bankruptcy
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2003 2003
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2003 2003
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2003 2003
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2003 2003
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2002
United flies into bankruptcy
Ex-Enron executive pleads guilty
WorldCom files largest bankruptcy ever
Bush vows WorldCom inquiry
Andersen indicted over Enron
Former Enron chief quits board
United flies into bankruptcy
WorldCom files largest bankruptcy ever
Criminal inquiry into Enron collapse
Bush vows WorldCom inquiry
Financial
2002 2002
Financial
Ex-Enron executive pleads guilty
Andersen indicted over Enron
Enron's Lay refused to testify
Automobile Business
2002 2002
Automobile Business
2001
Enron in bankruptcy filing
Enron in bankruptcy filing
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2001 2001
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2001 2001
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Takata: Airbag-maker files for bankruptcy  Japanese car parts maker Takata has filed for bankruptcy protection in the US and Japan. It is facing billions of dollars in liabilities Puerto Rico governor says territory 'can't pay $72bn debt'  Alejandro Garcia Padilla has said the US territory cannot pay its $72bn debt and is close to defaulting ahead of emergency talks with legislators   Greece two weeks from cash crisis - Yanis Varoufakis   Greece's finance minister says his country's financial situation is 'terribly urgent' and the crisis could come to a head in a couple of wee... SkyMall aeroplane catalogue files for bankruptcy Many Russians stranded as tour firm Labirint fails Bitcoin exchange files for bankruptcy Ukraine saved from bankruptcy - PM Legal battle over Detroit bankruptcy Detroit in largest US bankruptcy


June 2017 ... more > Top ^
Jun.25   Japan


year 2015 Top ^

Jun.29   Puerto Rico
May.11   Greece
Jan.23   Arizona


year 2014 Top ^

Aug.4   European Union
Feb.28   Tokyo


year 2013 Top ^

Dec.18   Kiev
Jul.19   Detroit
Jul.18   Detroit
  The city, once a symbol of US industrial power, has become the largest US city ever to file for bankruptcy, with debts of at least $15bn


year 2012 Top ^

Jun.26   California
Mar.6   New York


year 2011 Top ^

Nov.29   USA
Jun.28  Los Angeles  MLB: LA Dodgers file for bankruptcy


year 2010 Top ^

Sep.30   Ireland
Aug.28   Mexico
Jan.18   Japan


year 2009 Top ^

Nov.27   Dubai
  Market experts say the debt revelations will not lead the global economy back into recession, but have seriously damaged the Emirate's standing
Nov.1   New York CIT Group files for US bankruptcy  The lender has filed for bankruptcy protection, after a debt-exchange offer to bondholders failed. The reorganisation plan will reduce debt by... Oct.23   USA US bank failures top 100 for year Jul.10   Detroit   Leaner GM emerges from bankruptcy  General Motors says it has emerged from bankruptcy protection after creating a 'new GM' made up of the carmaker's best assets Jun.1   New York   GM enters bankruptcy protection
  Car giant General Motors has filed for bankruptcy protection, marking the biggest failure of an industrial company in US history
 General Motors had seen its losses widen following a steep fall in sales in recent years. US government expected to take a 60% stake in the company
May.31   Detroit   GM bosses discuss bankruptcy plan   Senior executives at General Motors are meeting to discuss proceedings for expected filing for bankruptcy protection May.27   Detroit   GM ponders future as deal fails  General Motors' battle to avoid bankruptcy has suffered a blow as bondholders have rejected a key part of the carmaker's restructuring plan Apr.30   Detroit Chrysler 'to file for bankruptcy'  Chrysler is to enter bankruptcy protection after failing to persuade a number of hedge funds to write off its debts Mar.2   USA AIG reports record $61.7bn loss  Insurance giant AIG has reported a loss of $61.7bn in the final three months of 2008 - the largest quarterly loss in corporate history Feb.21   Antigua & Barbuda Antigua & Barbuda seizes Stanford banks Feb.2   Washington Obama predicts more bank failures Jan.9   South Korea Automaker Ssangyong files for bankruptcy Jan.6   West Germany Billionaire Adolf Merckle kills self Map of Ulm Germany  One of the richest men in the world, committed suicide after his business empire got into trouble in the wake of the international financial crisis Jan.3   Austria Austria takes over bank hit by Madoff

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.25  China  Scandal-tainted Sanlu files for bankruptcy Dec.2  U.S. Congress  US carmakers publish rescue plans Oct.29  Denmark  Sterling Airlines files for bankruptcy Oct.21  Iceland  Kaupthing Bank fails to pay interest Oct.8   Washington US warns of further bank failures
Oct.4   Germany Another top European bank falters   Germany's 2nd-largest mortgage lender, Hypo Real Estate, is teetering on the brink of collapse after a banking consortium withdrew from tal... Sep.16   Washington US government rescues insurer AIG   The Federal Reserve has announced an $85bn rescue package for the country's biggest insurance company, to save it from bankruptcy Sep.14   New York Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
  The 4th-largest investment bank in the US will file for bankruptcy protection, amid a growing global financial crisis
 The move dealed a further blow to the global financial system. It was a primary dealer in the U.S. Treasury securities market. The filing marked the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history


year 2005 Top ^

Apr.10   England MG Rover gets 6.5m loan lifeline


year 2004 Top ^

Dec.19   Moscow Yukos unit fetches $9bn at auction
  Baikal Finance Group outbid favourite Gazprom to buy Yuganskneftegas. Yukos said that the auction was illegal Nov.19   Russia Russia confirms Yukos break-up
Feb.19   Texas Ex-Enron CEO denies fraud charges Jan.23   Italy Parmalat aide 'commits suicide'

year 2003 Top ^

Aug.3  New York  Tyson files for bankruptcy Jul.11   Texas Enron creditors 'to lose four fifths'
Apr.25   USA American Airlines saved from the brink  Airline had reached a last-minute deal with the Association of Professional Flight Attendants

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.9   New York United flies into bankruptcy  United Airlines filed for the largest bankruptcy in airline history, succumbing to continued losses and debt payments Aug.21   Washington Ex-Enron executive pleads guilty
Jul.21   New York WorldCom files largest bankruptcy ever  Nation's No. 2 long-distance company in Chapter 11, largest with $107 billion in assets, after it improperly booked $3.9 billion Jun.26   U.S. Congress Bush vows WorldCom inquiry Mar.14   Washington Andersen indicted over Enron Feb.4   Texas Former Enron chief quits board Feb.3   U.S. Senate Enron's Lay refused to testify Jan.23   Texas Enron chairman resigns Jan.9   Washington Criminal inquiry into Enron collapse

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.2   Texas   Enron in bankruptcy filing
  Energy-trading company filed for Chapter 11 protection