News About Bankruptcy - August 27, 2011


In this issue: Small Business Bankruptcies Down; and Nebraska Book Co Bankruptcy Plan Approved.

Excerpt from 'Small Business Bankruptcies Down':

According to credit rating agency Equifax, the number of bankruptcies among small businesses has fallen by 15% in the first quarter of this year although the numbers are still higher than before the recession. These numbers comprise of the bankruptcies in the metro areas. Compared to the first quarter of 2008 (just before the recession), the number this year is higher by 30%. ‘Small business’ according to Equifax’s definition is a company with less than 100 employees.

Reza Barazesh, who is the senior vice president of Equifax Commercial Information Solutions cautioned, “Our latest analysis shows that while business failures may be on the decline, conflicting trends are still making us question if the worst is behind us.”

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