[ad_1] A newspaper printing company that for more than half a century produced the Ripon Commonwealth Press and other community newspapers in east-central Wisconsin died last month. He was 56 years old. The press originated in Ripon in the winter of 1965 at 306 Blackburn St., where it revolutionized theRead More →

[ad_1] In today’s 3D printing briefs, we cover several different applications the technology can be used for: marine and military, electronics and medical research, and engines. New method of scanning and digital inspection for submarines saves time and money, while Israeli researchers have discovered how to achieve one-step 3D printingRead More →

[ad_1] The three winners of PPE won gold for printing, including packaging for Hunter’s Gourmet Quinoa Chips from Hunter Foods — UAE. An adhesive laminate of biaxially oriented polypropylene / metallized polyester / LDPE, the clear BOPP is printed upside down on a gravure press in seven colors. This packageRead More →

In today’s 3D printing briefs, we cover business, software, construction, and more. Lincotek Medical continues its expansion program by investing in additive manufacturing. Xometry and Autodesk have partnered to launch a Fusion 360 application. The first 3D printed houses in Austin, Texas are hitting the market, and finally, Proto21 hasRead More →

FFor at least three decades, the container shipping industry has been locked in a recurring loop of boom and bust. In times of strong macroeconomic growth, shipping rates would skyrocket and container ship operators would reinvest their profits into new, ever-larger ships. Then the economy would sink into a slowdown,Read More →

The U.S. trustee opposes a proposed settlement in the Springdale-based NanoMech bankruptcy case, saying the deal leaves more than $100,000 in quarterly fees unpaid and is not being offered in good faith. The proposed settlement provides a general discharge to the directors and officers of the nanotechnology manufacturer. In return,Read More →

(CNN) Neiman Marcus filed for bankruptcy on Thursday as the coronavirus pandemic continues to batter the retail sector. Neiman said in a statement that it has reached a restructuring agreement with its creditors that will allow it to “significantly reduce debt and position the business for long-term growth.” Neiman didRead More →

OpinionAlternative loans Without checking affordability, we risk turning lenders into bad guys (again). Image source: Rishi Sunak/The Treasury. Originally published in AltFi’s weekly newsletter, for more like this, sign up now. As we approach the first month of the government’s Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS), it’s fair to say thatRead More →

By Matthieu Lavietes, Thomson Reuters Foundation (Clarifies details of State Department’s argument in 12th paragraph) NEW YORK, Oct. 28 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The US State Department this week dropped legal battles over the citizenship of children of same-sex couples born to overseas surrogate mothers. The government withdrew its appealsRead More →

Various reports last month indicated that the major music retailer guitar center was preparing for a possible filing for bankruptcy due to massive revenue losses and declining consumer spending habits due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to sources familiar with the matter, Guitar Center has reached out to its creditorsRead More →

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) slammed Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Thursday for suggesting that states could declare bankruptcy amid the coronavirus pandemic as governments governors are pushing for federal funding from state and local governments. “Mitch McConnell probably regrets saying that,” Hogan said Thursday in an interviewRead More →

CROYDON COMMENT: Dangerously potholed roads, understaffed adult services, poorly maintained pavements… Many of the borough’s services were already badly run down before the council’s financial collapse. TERRY McCARTHY says there is a real risk that City Hall will face massive compensation claims for its failure to provide many basic servicesRead More →

TULSA, Okla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Unit Corporation (Company) today announced that it has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. This marks the successful completion of the company’s financial restructuring process as well as the implementation of the plan of Corporate Reorganization (Plan), which was affirmed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the SouthernRead More →

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Dec. 17 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NewMediaWire — Today, BrewBilt Manufacturing Inc. (the “Company”) (OTCPINK: BBRW), announces a year-end statement from CEO and President Jef Lewis. Chairman Lewis said, “BrewBilt Manufacturing has made historic strides as it turns the corner on leadership and success in the craftRead More →

Cash-strapped and debt-ridden South Boulder’s Flatirons Running is shutting down for a good Sunday, leaving the town — a running mecca — without a locally-owned, stand-alone running store. Flatirons was formed in 2014 when In-Step Insoles owners Tricia Vieth and RL Smith joined forces with industry veteran Henry Guzman. TheRead More →

Jump Securities with automatic redemption functionality due March 10, 2025 All securities payouts based on worst performing Russell 2000® Index and S&P 500® Index Fully and unconditionally guaranteed by Morgan Stanley Securities at risk The Securities are unsecured obligations of Morgan Stanley Finance LLC (“MSFL”), fully and unconditionally guaranteed byRead More →

The Ninth Circuit, in Blixseth vs. Credit Suisse961 F.3d 1074, 1078 (9th Cir. 2020), made a landmark decision on whether non-consensual third-party disclosures are ever permitted in Chapter 11 plans. Distinguishing its prior decisions on the subject, the Ninth Circuit authorized a non-consensual third-party release that was limited to exoneratingRead More →

As the COVID-19 pandemic progresses, more homeowners than ever are asking their lenders for help. The American Institute of Bankruptcy reported on April 24, 2020, over 3.4 million homeowners entered into COVID-19 related mortgage forbearance plans. This is a significant increase since April 3, 2020, when just over one millionRead More →

Nordstrom shares (NYSE: JWN), the high-end specialty retailer offering apparel, footwear, cosmetics and accessories for women, men and children, has become vulnerable due to its assortment of non-essential products during the pandemic. As a result, the company’s stock has lost 24% of its value so far this year and currentlyRead More →

JJava Designs / Shutterstock.com The coronavirus pandemic has devastated the restaurant industry. As of mid-April 2020, about 30,000 U.S. restaurants had closed permanently, and more than 110,000 are expected to close by the end of October, according to National Restaurant Association estimates. And Chain restaurants are not immune to theseRead More →

SYDNEY—Australia’s second largest airline, Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd., has encouraged investors from the Middle East to China to grow rapidly and protect it from the turmoil of the global aviation industry. This strategy could not prevent the carrier from becoming one of the first victims of the coronavirus pandemic. VirginRead More →

After months filled with lost revenue and tenants closing their doors permanently, the company that owns both Westmoreland and Monroeville shopping centers has filed a claim bankruptcy protection. CBL Properties, based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, made the announcement on Monday, months after the company announced a restructuring plan to help alleviateRead More →

Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines are also under pressure. Six global carriers have already ceased or suspended operations. Air travel will not return to pre-pandemic levels until 2023. Bangkok (AsiaNews/Agencies) – Thai Airways International’s bankruptcy petition has been accepted. Bangkok’s central bankruptcy court has ruled in the affirmative for theRead More →

It was a sad day in May when Interview magazine – the fashion, arts and pop culture magazine founded by Andy Warhol in 1969 – has announced that it is cease its activities after years of financial difficulties. Now, however, the magazine’s longtime owner, art collector Peter Brant, is reportedlyRead More →