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Charlotte Russe Is the Latest Retailer to File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Charlotte Russe Is the Latest Retailer to File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Charlotte Russe is the latest retailer to file for bankruptcy as e-commerce continues to disrupt the industry and customer tastes change

AutoNation Implements Cost-Saving Moves, Top Execs Leave Amid Restructuring

AutoNation Implements Cost-Saving Moves, Top Execs Leave Amid Restructuring

The nation's largest auto retailer is seeking cost-cutting measures as interest rates rise and auto sales slow.

Ford Restructuring, Layoffs Could Dwarf GM's

Ford Restructuring, Layoffs Could Dwarf GM's

Ford's to-be-announced plant closures and layoffs could be more than double that of GM's, say Morgan Stanley analysts.

S Corp vs. LLC: What Makes Them Different?

S Corp vs. LLC: What Makes Them Different?

Business owners can choose to run their companies as an S corporation or as a limited liability corporation. Which option works best for you?

Sears Finally Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Sears Finally Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

The struggling retailer seeks bankruptcy protection after more than a century as an American icon.

What Is Leverage in Finance and What Is the Formula?

What Is Leverage in Finance and What Is the Formula?

Financial leverage brings great risk, but also brings great reward for companies.

What Is Vertical Integration and What Are The Benefits?

What Is Vertical Integration and What Are The Benefits?

Vertical integration is a structure where a company owns the supply chain for its product, typically one or two companies involved in different stages of production.

General Electric's Core Remains 'Significantly Overvalued,' J.P. Morgan Says

General Electric's Core Remains 'Significantly Overvalued,' J.P. Morgan Says

J.P. Morgan analyst Stephan Tusa sees a 'reasonable bear case' that would imply a price target of $9 for core GE.

GE CEO John Flannery Still Tackling Insurance Woes

GE CEO John Flannery Still Tackling Insurance Woes

Investors welcomed the spin-off of GE's healthcare unit and the exit of the Baker Hughes stake, but GE's balance sheet still needs work.

General Electric: Core Businesses Will Be 'Center of Gravity' Amid Restructuring

General Electric: Core Businesses Will Be 'Center of Gravity' Amid Restructuring

'We've changed many things, but the essence of GE endures,' CEO John Flannery says.