Brother, can you spare 30 cents on the dollar?

Seglin, Jeffrey L.
April 1998
Inc.;Apr98, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p46
Focuses on legal and ethical aspects of bankruptcy in the United States. Governmental regulations permitting debts to be only partly paid; Protection of personal assets; Mention of the bankruptcies of Coffee By George and Hawkeye Pipe Services Inc.; Using laws to escape debt; Debt payment being a matter of honor; Comments of executives. INSET: Does your word mean anything?.


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