WeWork’s bankruptcy casts doubt on hype that the boundaries between physical space and computer technology are dissolving.
The cost of living crisis is affecting UK households, but there are options to consider if you’re having problems repaying debt such as mortgages and credit cards.
More than a decade of austerity in English local government has squeezed councils to their utter financial limits.
This is a green light for creating the largest-ever compensation fund for sex abuse claims.
The retailer has spent nearly $12 billion buying back its own stock since 2005, money that could have been used to invest in its business.
More than 70 clubs from the lower leagues have entered into insolvency procedures since Accrington Stanley went under in 1962.
Supply chain difficulties and rising costs have forced Made.com into administration
A new pan-European research project shows that it’s correct in some areas but completely wrong in others.
Squandering all that money is easier than it seems.
It’s still fashionable today to promote tech startups and tech hubs based on models from the global north. But new, alternative and more sustainable models might be emerging.
When researchers examined the outcomes for cases to discharge student loan debt, they found that judges are often biased against people based on their gender and other factors.
Thousands of adults who say they survived abuse when they were growing up finally have the chance to have their voice heard.
Chinese authorities have an intriguing, if troubling, option in handling the Evergrande crisis.
Congress first imposed a lifetime ban on discharging student loans through bankruptcy in 1998. Two scholars explain how that could change under a proposed law.
Charles Schwab mistakenly transferred over $1.2 million to the account of a woman who then kept the money. Did she have a moral obligation to return it? An expert says the answer is not that simple.
Judge Harlin Hale found that the gun group wasn’t acting in ‘good faith’ when it filed for bankruptcy.
From some statistics 2020 looks like economic good times. Have relief measures averted economic pain or simply deferred it?
Few middle-class Americans undergoing Chapter 13 bankruptcy blame the government. They portray themselves as hardworking victims and resent others for taking more than their fair share.
While declaring bankruptcy, the gun group confusingly said it was in great financial shape.
Grocon as a construction business might be on its last legs, but Grocon as a property development and landlord business should be fine.