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Recession leads one business to Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Before the recession many businesses saw expansion in their future. But now, after the recession, a number of those once thriving businesses are filing for bankruptcy in order to once again gain financial control. There is always the chance this decision to file could in turn result in those expansion plans being revisited.

Maker of the Twinkie files for bankruptcy protection

Many Florida residents surely enjoy a Twinkie or a Ding Dong from time to time. And while some may prefer one tasty treat to the other, the fact remains that the sale of these snack foods have declined. This has put the maker Hostess Brands Inc. in a tough financial spot.

Kodak expected to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Bankruptcy protection is not only for individuals, as many companies also experience financial turmoil. And while sometimes these issues are related to the downturn in the economy, some are also a reflection of the changing market place.

Bankrupt Giordano's purchased to pay off debts

Many Florida residents may be familiar with the deep-dish pizza chain Giordano's. And while the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy about 10 months ago, it was recently announced that an investor group has acquired the company.

Ice cream company Dippin' Dots files for Chapter 11

Dippin' Dots: They're the little micro beaded ice cream orbs that so many of us know and love from malls, amusement parks and sports arenas. And while the company has been in business since 1988, it seems that the frozen treat company -- Dippin' Dots Inc. -- has run into its own financial struggles. Last week the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Economy and changing trends leads to record company's bankruptcy

Due to a change in consumer behaviors and the downturn in the economy, a local record store company that has been in business for 30 years, recently filed for bankruptcy in the hopes of being able to reorganize debts and remain open.

Friendly's announces Chapter 11 plans, Florida locations close

Friendly's Ice Cream Corp., the parent company to the popular restaurant chain Friendly's, filed for bankruptcy earlier this month. And while some locations have already closed, the plan is for 424 restaurants to stay open while the company reorganizes under Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The company has also already secured $70 million in financing to help make this reorganization possible.

Slavery museum project put on hold with Chapter 11 filing

A planned project that was 10 years in the making, and would have resulted in a high-tech 100,000-square-foot museum exploring the struggles faced by slaves in the United States, now seems to be put on hold, as the museum recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

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