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Luckin Coffee, a Chinese Starbucks competitor, files for US bankruptcy protection, as it attempts to recover from a $180 million fraudulent-accounting fine


The last 2 Toys 'R' Us stores in the US have closed down after the COVID-19 pandemic hit sales


AMC soars 37% after issuing $100 million in debt to stave off bankruptcy



The NRA has filed for bankruptcy after years of financial troubles


Vegan restaurant chain By Chloe, which wanted to become the McDonald's of vegan fast food, files for bankruptcy


AMC aims to raise up to $844 million to stave off default until a vaccine is widely distributed



Guitar Centre, the largest retailer for musical instruments in the US, has filed for bankruptcy


US Chapter 11 bankruptcies surged to a decade-high in the 3rd quarter as stimulus dried up


Nearly 300 companies that got up to $500 million in US government stimulus aid have filed for bankruptcy. They employed 23,000 people, a WSJ analysis found.


Francesca's may file for bankruptcy as early as next week, after announcing plans to close 140 stores by January


The rise and fall of Friendly's, which just filed for bankruptcy after 85 years in business


Elon Musk says Tesla was just a month away from bankruptcy while it ramped up production of the Model 3



A bankrupt airline's stock has soared 130% this year, even though it hasn't flown once in 2020


2 mall owners with 130 locations across the US are filing for bankruptcy ahead of the holiday shopping season


AMC theatre chain plunges 14% after it warns of potential bankruptcy and says it plans to raise cash


Hertz jumps 124% after it lines up $1.65 billion in potential financing



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The rise and fall of Ruby Tuesday, which just declared bankruptcy after struggling through the coronavirus pandemic


Ruby Tuesday files for bankruptcy, after closing dozens of locations in 2020


New York Sports Clubs and Lucille Roberts dealt restraining orders banning the gym chains from charging fees to select members