Kelsey Butler is the bankruptcy group's team leader, covering corporate filings in health care, energy and retail. She has previously served as managing editor of wealth management publication Private Asset Management and staff reporter at community news weekly Town Journal.
The digital media company behind sites including AskMen and PCMag offers $90 million for its peer, forced into Chapter 11 by a Hulk Hogan lawsuit.
The New York digital media company hopes to continue business as usual while in the midst of a legal battle with the former wrestler.
The New York media company, which lost a $140 million verdict and was recently denied a new trial, intends to sell its business to Ziff Davis.
The Greenwood, Colo., sporting goods retailer begins going-out-of-business sales following a failed restructuring attempt and a lack of going-concern bids.
The sporting goods retailer intends to close up to 200 underperforming stores, shutter distribution centers in Chicago and Denver, and exit the Texas market altogether.
San Francisco biopharmaceutical company KaloBios says the highly competitive nature of its industry makes bonus payments necessary to retain eight workers.
The Los Angeles retailer hopes to secure confirmation of a reorganization plan that proposes a debt-for-equity swap.
Jim Cramer says that only a limited number of stocks will do well in the coming year, and that the number of deals may drop.
Global M&A is expected to reach the $4.46 trillion mark in 2015, according to McKinsey & Co.
Federal law prevents cannabis businesses from reorganizing in court, but for the first time the debate has gotten to a high judicial level.
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