Tens of thousands to lose jobs as Toys R Us closes all stores

Toy giant to close all stores in the US, affecting toy manufacturers and leaving thousands unemployed.Gary Willig, 3/15/2018, 4:22 PM

Retail giant Toys 'R' Us files for bankruptcy

America's largest toy store chain files for bankruptcy ahead of holiday season. Future of company's 1,600 US stores uncertain.David Rosenberg, 9/19/2017, 10:26 AM

How Did Israel Avoid A Greek-Style Bankruptcy?

Once mired in debt itself, as Greece is, Israel managed to pull itself up by its bootstraps, Prof. Eugene Kandel told the cabinet Sunday.Arutz Sheva Staff, 7/5/2015, 7:54 PM

Maariv Workers Plan Police Complaints Against New Owner Ben Tzvi

The revival of bankruptcy proceedings against Maariv has set off long-lingering tensions between workers and management.David Lev, 3/11/2014, 2:13 AM

Abramowitz Loses Better Place Purchase

Better Place will be sold to the Merkur-CCGI, after Yosef Abramowitz's Sunrise consortium failed to close the deal.David Lev, 8/26/2013, 1:13 AM

The End of the Dream? Better Place to Dissolve

Company that planned to make Israel the first country with an electric car network announces plans to dissolve.Maayana Miskin, 5/26/2013, 12:53 PM

Bankrupt Airline Leaves Israelis Stranded in Ukraine

Dozens of Israelis have been stranded since Sunday in Kiev after the airline with which they had flown, AeroSvit, went bankrupt., 1/8/2013, 1:14 AM

Amid Bankruptcy, Kodak Sells off Half a Billion in Patents

US photography giant Kodak has agreed to sell its digital imaging patents for $525 million to help it emerge from bankruptcy protection.Annie Lubin, 12/19/2012, 8:29 PM

French Banks Suffering From Hellenic Overexposure

France's slumping growth has caused a balooning deficit. The French banking sector is overexposed to Greek debt.Aryeh ben Hayim, 8/10/2011, 8:47 PM

Agrexco's Fate Hangs in the Balance

The fate of Agrexco, the largest exporter of Israeli produce, may be decided in a Tel Aviv court Wednesday.David Lev, 7/20/2011, 2:16 AM

Contractor May Go Bust, Another Victim of the Building Freeze

It appears that another Israeli construction company has fallen victim to the government's building freeze policies in Judea and Samaria.David Lev, 3/23/2011, 1:12 AM