Bankruptcy filings in Colorado are down for the first time in five years.
The company that promised to help people get rich, the Dalbey Education Institute, is now broke. The company has filed for bankruptcy.
A Minnesota broadband provider has agreed to submit an opening cash bid of $2 million for the assets of Open Range Communications.
Employees of Papa John’s Pizza in Colorado will get their paychecks. A bankruptcy judge made the decision on Friday.
Consumer affairs watchdog and media personality Tom Martino has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Denver.
Personal bankruptcy filings are down in Colorado for the first half of 2011, compared with this time last year. But in the last couple of years, personal bankruptcy filings have hit record highs.
A Colorado family has moved out of their house after discovering hundreds of snakes living inside.
Parents have paid a lot of money to tutor their children, but now the Sylvan Learning Center has suddenly shut its doors.
The number of businesses filing for bankruptcy protection in Colorado appears to have fallen in 2010 for the first time in four years.
Colorado-based Ultimate Electronics has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in its second trip to bankruptcy court in six years.
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