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There's a hidden crisis hurting mid-sized companies

Many of America's smaller private companies are struggling financially, but you may not have realized.

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The "riptide" economy, explained

If you're looking exclusively at public companies to assess the health of U.S. businesses, you're missing a big piece of the puzzle.

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Private US Companies Increasingly Going Bust as Profit Shrinks

Private US companies are seeing their earnings and profit margins collapse after the Federal Reserve’s rate hikes have lifted financing costs, and are increasingly going broke, according to a report.

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Innovative automotive company files Chapter 11 bankruptcy

The once-promising company incurred a mountain of debt, which led to a breakdown.

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Bankruptcy Watch: Struggling retailer's CEO blames lazy workers

The struggling company's CEO has challenged his employees in a way many consider wildly inappropriate.

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Tesla rival faces growing bankruptcy risk

It has been a rough period for a number of electric-vehicle makers as demand has been soft.

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Macy’s Stock Soars After Buyout Bid. Its Real Estate Is Attractive, Experts Say.

Macy’s has once again become a takeover target, and the stock is soaring.

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Uncertain Future: Preit, Owner Of 19 Mid-Atlantic Regional Malls, Files For Bankruptcy Again

The Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (Preit) has filed a Chapter 11 petition in the federal Delaware bankruptcy court and presented a reorganization plan to reduce indebtedness.

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Another popular furniture retailer files Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Another huge name in the space also faces significant danger of a financial default or even its own bankruptcy filing.

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1 big thing: A short-lived holiday reprieve

Even though consumer spending, the labor market, and GDP growth remain healthy, there are risks that could put coal in distressed companies' stockings this holiday season, analysts say.

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