What Is Bankruptcy? Different Types and Why People File

What Is Bankruptcy? Different Types and Why People File

The debts and income an individual or company has will determine what type of bankruptcy they are eligible to file for. Here's what you need to know.

What Was the Subprime Mortgage Crisis and How Did it Happen?

What Was the Subprime Mortgage Crisis and How Did it Happen?

The subprime mortgage crisis occurred when the real estate market collapsed and homeowners defaulted on their loans. How did the market get to that point?

Great Depression: Causes, Effects and Timeline

Great Depression: Causes, Effects and Timeline

After the stock market crash of 1929, the U.S. suffered a depression that would last for years. Here are some of the most important causes and affects of the Great Depression.

Who Could Win Big Now That Toys 'R' Us Is a Relic of the Past?

Who Could Win Big Now That Toys 'R' Us Is a Relic of the Past?

Credit Suisse has eyes on Target, Walmart, Amazon and more.

Billionaire Real Estate Mogul Sam Zell: 'I'm a Bridge Guy, Not a Wall Guy'

Billionaire Real Estate Mogul Sam Zell: 'I'm a Bridge Guy, Not a Wall Guy'

At Nareit REITweek 2018 Investor Conference, businessman Sam Zell said he believes in immigration.

'Worn Out' Shoemakers Still Have a Chance to Heal

'Worn Out' Shoemakers Still Have a Chance to Heal

Annual sales at shoe stores declined 1.5 percent in the United States in 2017 despite a 1.3 percent increase in consumer spending on footwear last year, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau and Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Bank of America to Loan $43.2 Million to Arms Maker Remington

Bank of America to Loan $43.2 Million to Arms Maker Remington

Bank of America plans to loan $43.2 million to Remington Arms, who manufactures the rifle used in the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting in 2012.

Credit Rating Agencies Cast Doubt on P.F. Chang's Outlook

Credit Rating Agencies Cast Doubt on P.F. Chang's Outlook

Moody's and S&P have recently cut their ratings on the Centerbridge Capital-backed restaurant chain, citing the uncertainty of its ability to refinance $300 million in notes due June 2020.

The Fed Is Just One of the Monsters Stalking This Stock Market: Market Recon

The Fed Is Just One of the Monsters Stalking This Stock Market: Market Recon

Other 'monsters' are getting a pass right now in terms of both media coverage, and market impact.

Facebook, the Federal Reserve and 3 Other Business Stories You Must Know Tuesday

Facebook, the Federal Reserve and 3 Other Business Stories You Must Know Tuesday

Are you ready for today's trading? Here's what you must know before Tuesday's opening bell.