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“Coronavirus effect: Bankruptcies won’t save retail this time.”

Sourcer: Lauren Hirsch; April 4, 2020;



Teaser Sentence:  Is the COVID-19 pandemic causing a retail apocalypse?  Retailers, landlords, and suppliers are all feeling the pain. 






“Here’s what you need to know if you’re considering filing for bankruptcy because of coronavirus.”

Author:  Meghan Leonhardt;  April 16, 2020;



Teaser Sentence:  A must read for those affected by coronavirus. Without work, many Ohioans are worried about paying their bills.  When is it time to file for bankruptcy protection?






Coronavirus could lead to surge in bankruptcies, experts warn.”

Source:  Noah Manskar;  April 10, 2020 New York Post / business;



Teaser Sentence:  Experts warn of unprecedented levels of personal and business bankruptcies following coronavirus.  Will bankruptcies in Ohio model national projections?





“Experts: Increase in bankruptcies likely as pandemic continues.”

Source: Jon Chavez;  April 2, 2020; Toledo Blade



Teaser Sentence: Toledo bankruptcy scholars weigh in on the local effects of coronavirus as it pertains to landlord evictions, bank loans, and businesses.  What if the COVID-19 pandemic extends into the summer months?






“Frontier Communications enters bankruptcy reorganization.”

Source: Jon Chavez, April 17, 2020; Toledo Blade



Teaser Sentence: Do you get your phone and internet services from Frontier Communications?  If you live near Sylvania, Perrysburg, or Port Clinton, Ohio, then this article may be helpful in further understanding how the company’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing may affect you. 








“Detroit facing fresh fiscal woes with coronavirus closures.”

Source:  Corey Williams; April 16, 2020; The Mining News (Marquette, MI)



Teaser Sentence:  “We don’t get to just solve one problem at a time,” Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan said in a recently televised address.