Hertz Global Holdings Inc. is preparing for a possible bankruptcy filing after the rental-car company failed to make lease payments to preserve cash amid the Covid-19 pandemic, according to people familiar with the matter. Read more here regarding the case: https://www.foxbusiness.com/money/hertz-misses-lease-payment-preps-for-potential-bankruptcy
Two bankrupt Maine hospitals have warned that they could both have to close their doors by the end of June if they don’t receive funding through a federal loan program meant to help small businesses keep their staff employed through the coronavirus crisis. Read more at the link above.
Dallas-based private aviation service JetSuite filed for bankruptcy Tuesday in Delaware. JetSuite abruptly shut down operations April 15, citing a “dramatic downturn” in its business in a posting on the company’s website. https://www.dallasnews.com/business/local-companies/2020/04/28/dallas-private-aviation-business-jetsuite-files-for-bankruptcy/
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