The man killed his own lawyer, a judge and a co-defendant
Judge approves a plan to sell 1,740 of its stores to the Standard General hedge fund
And it's a somewhat surprising one
But legal challenges could prevent the company from selling it
Apple's focus on design means it's free to make all kinds of new products
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"If Grexit is as bad as we think it is, there will be few who want to imitate it"
Greece has reached a deal with Eurozone finance ministers to extend its financial bailout by another four months
Germany reduces expectations as Eurogroup meets to find a way out of impasse for second time in a week
How your Chevrolet dealer is taking lessons from Disney, Apple and McDonald's
Troubled electronics retailer will turn space in 1,750 of its stores over to Sprint.
Reports suggest troubled retailer is in talks to sell half of its more than 4,000 stores to Sprint
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It seems counter-intuitive that Amazon is in talks to acquire physical stores, but it could make a lot of sense
The troubled chain's brick-and-mortar stores could serve as showcases or distribution points for Amazon products
Mall-based, teen-focused peers have faced challenges as mall traffic has weakened and teens turn to larger rivals such as H&M and Forever 21
Time to raise a giant, novelty wine glass to the demise of the inflight retail catalog
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Polaroid is staging a comeback leveraging its iconic brand to sell novel instant photography gadgets
'It was a tough call to decide to go into bankruptcy'