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Tag Archives: Bankruptcy

Editorial: Credit check compromise

After a year of trying to find the right balance, the General Assembly is on a good course with compromise legislation that would limit businesses’ use of credit reports and histories in hiring employees. SB 132 cleared the Senate Finance ...

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JPMorgan e-mails show concerns about Tribune deal

WILMINGTON, Del. — JPMorgan Chase executives discussed downgrading their internal credit rating for Tribune Co. just hours after the media company completed a leveraged buyout the bank helped finance. E-mails presented in federal court in Wilmington, Del., Wednesday show an ...

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House panel’s bill would end foreclosure program

WASHINGTON — A House committee plans to write legislation next week ending the Obama administration’s flagship effort for helping struggling homeowners avoid foreclosure and abolishing three other housing assistance programs. At its meeting next Thursday, the highest-profile target of the ...

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Borders patrons in Bowie talk about losing ‘second home’

Customers at the Borders bookstore in Bowie spoke with The Daily Record on Wednesday after the chain announced it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and will close about 200 stores. The Bowie location was listed as one of its closing stores.

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