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Puerto Rico's "control" board sent a letter to current Governor Alejandro García Padilla and incoming Governor Ricardo Rossello...
Bond insurers Assured Guaranty, Assured Guaranty Municipal and National Public Finance Guarantee filed a challenge to Puerto Rico's certified...
Law360, New York (May 4, 2017, 4:07 PM EDT) -- The insurers of $9 billion of Puerto Rico's $70 billion debt told a federal court Wednesday that...
Puerto Rico Title III bankruptcy judge Laura Taylor Swain rejected lifting the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority's debt litigation stay to...
After the irresponsible practices that led it to this crippling level of debt, the Government of Puerto Rico must be transparent in discharging its...
Sánchez Sifonte said that the increase in government cash seeks to face the "dramatic" events that are looming
The debt crisis in Puerto Rico is taking a bite out of education with 178 schools to be closed after the last day of the school year. The closures...
Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello discusses the country's plan to close a more than $7 billion budget shortfall. He speaks with Bloomberg...
Puerto Rico essentially filed for bankruptcy this week in order to restructure more than $120 billion in debt and pension obligations. With the...
"Trump should use all the tools at his disposal to help American citizens living in Puerto Rico shed the predatory debt that Goldman Sachs and...
The Puerto Rico-based Parliament High Yield Fund, Llc filed Form D because of $50.00 million offering. This is a new filing. The Limited Liability ...
The Resident Commissioner assures that she seeks a good-faith agreement for PREPA's restructuring plan
"We don't unlearn the old tricks and that is really important," said Mr. Munger, who then went into his Puerto Rico explanation and a...
Sales tax creditors kick off likely wave of lawsuits against Puerto Rico ... of litigation could force Puerto Rico into a so-called Title III...
A federal stay barring Puerto Rico's creditors from taking legal action against the commonwealth and most of its entities for nonpayment of debt...