Sbarro, the Melville, New York-based pizza chain, first sought protection from creditors in April 2011, citing slower sales and higher costs for ingredients such as cheese.
Colorado collected more than $3.5 million in taxes and fees from both recreational and medical marijuana sales in January, according to figures released today by the state's Department of Revenue.
Market Snap: At the New York close: S&P 500 down 0.05% at 1877.17. DJIA down 0.2% at 16418.68. Nasdaq Comp down 0.04% at 4334.45.
(Reuters) - Puerto Rico's $3 billion in general obligation bonds will be offered with an 8 percent coupon, according to preliminary price talk wire obtained on Monday by Reuters, a lower rate than many thought the cash-strapped U.S.
Forward guidance has helped shape market expectations across the globe, according to researchers at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), but could pose financial stability risks.