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The bill is coming due today, as cities reduce services (or go bankrupt) in order to pay for prior pension promises.

Unable to bear the unexpected financial burden, Normandy will likely go bankrupt by the spring.

It would be by far the largest American city ever to go bankrupt.

Too, the cities in which workers have a lot of bargaining power are almost never the cities that go bankrupt.

Go all the way back to Nov. 18, 2008, when Romney wrote that op-ed in The New York Times headlined: “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt.”

If they were to rely upon me for business, they would soon go bankrupt.

Allow me to say that, if that is the way you are going to make your valuation, everybody in the place will have to go bankrupt!

"There's such a lot of red tape they tie you up in if you go bankrupt," he explained to Jack.

There was no other way open for Anthony; unless he were to go bankrupt or get pneumonia or peritonitis.

I have always noticed that successful men do not buy partnerships in firms that go bankrupt.


On this page you'll find 86 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to go bankrupt, such as: break, crash, fail, pauperize, become insolvent, and fold up.

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