Sun Capital's Shopko Stores Prepares for Possible Bankruptcy
Sears Workers, Galvanized by Toys ‘R’ Us, Ask for Bankruptcy Assurances
Edward Lampert isn’t done with Sears yet. Neither are Sears’s enemies on Wall Street.
Sears Head Eddie Lampert Teams With Cyrus on Possible Takeover
Great American Capital Partners was to provide bankruptcy loan.
Senator Elizabeth Warren Says Toys ‘R’ Us Investors Should Augment Worker Fund
KKR, Bain Create $20 Million Fund for Toys ‘R’ Us Workers
They were Steve and Eddie at Yale. Now they’re Cyrus Capital Partners versus Sears Holdings in U.S. bankruptcy court.
As Sears Fights for Its Life, Creditors Say Maybe It Should Die
Lampert Keeps His Cash on Sidelines as Sears Touts Auction Plan
Sears Is Moving Closer to Loan Deal and Stave Off Shutdown
New Toys ‘R’ Us Owners Mull Physical Stores Next Year
Doubts About Sears Survival Drive Off Bids on Claims
CEO in Real Estate Ponzi Scheme Fined $120 Million by SEC
A Sears lawyer told a judge the store chain was reviewing alternative structures for a proposed $300 million bankruptcy loan.
Sears Burns Cash While Betting on Lampert Loans for Survival
Mnuchin Must Recuse From Sears Matters on Pension Panel, Senators Say
Sears Liquidation Would Cost Landlord Half Its Rent Income
Sears Holdings Corp., one of America’s most iconic retailers, faces a critical $134 million of debt that is maturing on Oct. 15.
A Billionaire’s Sears Fiasco Is Finally Nearing Its End
American Tire Files Bankruptcy to Cut Debt by $1.1 Billion