Curt Schilling auction begins today, but no bloody sock.
Former Phillies pitcher Curt Schilling might have to sell the famed blood-stained sock he wore during the 2004 World Series to cover millions of dollars in loans he guaranteed to his failed video game company.
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling’s failed video game company heads to a federal bankruptcy court in Delaware, as work begins to sort out what can be salvaged from a company that says it owes more than $270 million.
What do you do to protect your good credit when tying the knot with someone whose credit is a disaster?
The Philadelphia Orchestra and the major thorn in management’s side during the more than year-long bankruptcy process, the National Musicians’ Pension Fund, have settled their dispute.
The Orchestra Association has renewed the contract of Allison Vulgamore, at $450,000 per year.
Don’t panic, says Patricia Wurster, owner of The Travel Station in Oreland.
The state of Pennsylvania is taking the fist step in running the city of Harrisburg, which is near bankrupty.
The Orchestra and the Philly Pops decided to end their partnership as part of the Orchestra’s reorganization under Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Health care costs continue to climb while many paychecks remain the same or get smaller.
Labor contracts between Atlantic City’s largest union and nine casinos are due to expire in one month and Local 54 is negotiating a new contract with another.
Now making its way through bankruptcy court, the Philadelphia Orchestra’s management is finding out the price tag for withdrawing from the pension plan for musicians is more than twice the initial figures.
The Philadelphia Orchestra announced Tuesday that it has received several major gifts and pledges toward its effort to emerge from bankruptcy and establish solid financial footing.
A bankruptcy judge is expected to approve documents outlining the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington’s proposed reorganization plan, including a $77 million settlement with nearly 150 alleged victims of priest sex abuse, after certain revisions are made.
In the midst of the bankruptcy of the Philadelphia Orchestra, supporters of Peter Nero and the Philly Pops will be relieved to know that management is working to repair its relationship with Nero. There were concerns it was going to cancel the Pops for next season.