The travel marketing firm’s assets were sold to Jamraval Inc.
Miners have been loudly protesting at the base of Peabody’s downtown headquarters for months, after spin-off Patriot Coal filed for bankruptcy and put retiree health benefits in question.
“Patriot and the UMWA are continuing to meet in a diligent effort to resolve the outstanding differences,” the company said.
Months of protests by United Mine Workers of America did not pay-off for those workers.
CPI Corp., a St. Louis-based operator of more than 2,000 U.S. portrait studios that abruptly closed its outlets last month, has filed for bankruptcy.
The legal tussle being argued this week may be the most-contentious issue tied to Patriot’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Hundreds gathered to plant 1,000 white crosses in Kiener Plaza to honor the memory of those who died at coal mines operated.
Imagine you’re taking part a clinical drug trial and then suddenly being told that the program is shutting down.
Investors Apollo Global Management and Metropoulos & Co have used comedians and scantily clad women to sell their products.
Once Upon a Toy was preparing to close but with a little help from their friends, the toy store could become the little engine that could.