Home Tags Bankruptcy

Tag: Bankruptcy

Crabtree & Evelyn files Chapter 11

Windham County-based Crabtree & Evelyn Ltd. filed to restructure its U.S. retail operations under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

Recession hits restaurants

One downtown White Plains restaurant files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection; another closes.

Winery sues New Paltz

Rivendell winery files federal discrimination suit against New Paltz.

Closed car dealers create unique sites

Commercial Realtors address reusing closed car dealers.

Chromium Process Co. files for Chapter 11

The Chromium Process Co. Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection from creditors, listing debt of $1.3 million.

Nursing home on the market

A court-appointed receiver put Marathon Healthcare Centers of Norwalk up for sale.

Pink-slip overdrive

In Mount Kisco, 52 union and salaried employees will lose their jobs this spring when Multiplier Industries Corp., a maker of batteries and chargers for two-way radios, ceases operations at its 135 Radio Circle Drive plant.

Winery owner faults town for bankruptcy

The Rivendell Winery in New Paltz has declared bankruptcy and is going out of business after nearly 22 years, an outcome the owner blames on hostility to business development in the New Paltz community.

Winery Owner Faults Town For Bankruptcy


The Rivendell Winery in New Paltz has declared bankruptcy and is going out of business after nearly 22 years.

Bankruptcies climb

Personal bankruptcy filings rose 60 percent in Connecticut last year, but the 2008 total was still less than half the number in 2005 on the eve of Congress stiffening bankruptcy rules.

Vendors feel pain of retailer’s misfortunes

In New Rochelle, jewelry designer and small-business owner Georgiana Koulianos is feeling twice burned.

Paper chase

 

High-end gift card store employee Jennifer Beato was almost out of a job when the Blue Tulip chain went bankrupt and closed all 24 of its stores, including one in Bronxville where Beato was a sales associate.

Credit squeeze hits bankruptcies

Even as bank lending in Connecticut appeared to thaw slightly in the past month, regional experts say that the stalled credit markets have frozen an important protection for businesses – Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.

Circuit City closings creates glut of space in region

Two months after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Richmond, Va.-based electronics retailer Circuit City Stores Inc. announced it is going out of business.

Don’t jump!

Economic conditions are tough but small- and medium-sized business in the Hudson Valley may have allies they don’t know about.