(Information on A&P's bankruptcy and the Metrodome collapse updated in today's Hot Trends article.)NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- "A&P bankruptcy" is a heavily searched topic today following the news that Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea ( GAP) filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Sunday. >> Grocery Chain A&P Files for Bankruptcy The grocery chain better known as A&P listed debts of more than $3.2 billion and assets of about $2.5 billion in a petition the company filed in bankruptcy court in White Plains, N.Y. The 151-year-old company was once the country's largest grocer. It now operates 395 stores under the A&P, Walbaum's and Pathmark names in the Northeast. The company said all of its stores will remain open.
"Metrodome" is a hot search topic today after the inflatable roof of the Minnesota Vikings' stadium caved in following heavy snowfall in Minneapolis on Sunday.
"Medicare" is a trending search topic this morning after the House passed a bill delaying the impending cut in pay to doctors for one year on Friday.
"Gawker hacked" is a hot search topic today after the blog company was infiltrated by hackers on Sunday. The hackers, operating under the name Gnosis, have released a file that apparently contains the Web sites' source code, staff and user passwords, as well as internal conversations between Gawker employees.
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