KTG was the first farming company to be listed on the Frankfurt stock exchange. It owned 46,000 hectares of land. Then it went belly-up. Investors lost their money. What went so horribly wrong?
The scandal-hit movie and TV firm has coupled its move to seek bankruptcy protection with a decision to scrap all nondisclosure agreements, which were preventing many victims and witnesses from speaking out.
US media reports have said the search for a financial savior for The Weinstein Company has been unsuccessful. They added the board of directors was now eyeing an orderly bankruptcy process to contain the damage.
After nearly four decades of plying the skies, Germany's once second-largest airline has stopped operating, with many employees fearing to be left without work amid attempts to sell the remaining assets.
French farmers have started a three-day blockade of refineries after a decision by Total to import cheaper palm oil for its biofuel plant. The move has fanned farmer discontent over unfair competition.
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