Masters website shuts down: The complexities of liquidating stock – SmartCompany.com.au

Masters Home Improvement customers have been contacting stores in confusion this week after the online product portal of the closing hardware chain ceased operation. Shoppers took to Facebook and store customer service lines to ask why they could no longer see advertised sale products or search for items on the chains main Facebook page. Masters advised…

Companies with assets of over 600 million euro in industry got into insolvency in 2016 – ACTmedia

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 The industry occupies the first place in the top of economic sectors marked by the procedure of insolvency between January August 2016 they accumulating approximately 45% of the total of insolvencies recorded at national level, according to an analysis made by CITR. The society with a portfolio of over 850 procedures,…

Over Half of Canadians are Concerned About Their Debt and are Now Living Within $200 a Month of Being Unable to … – Marketwired (press release)

MNP Consumer Debt Sentiment Survey reveals Canadians’ feelings and fears about their debt: – Fifty-six per cent now say they are $200 or less per month away from not being able to meet all of their bills or debt obligations each month. – Fifty-two per cent say they are concerned about their current level of…

Six-year ban for boss after electrical firm V.H. McDevitt & Son closed owing £1.3m – Belfast Telegraph

By Margaret Canning Published 28/09/2016 Share Six-year ban for boss after electrical firm V.H. McDevitt & Son closed owing £1.3m BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A Co Down man has been handed a six-year boardroom ban after his electrical firm went bust owing £1.3m. http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/news/sixyear-ban-for-boss-after-electrical-firm-vh-mcdevitt-son-closed-owing-13m-35084324.html http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article35084778.ece/22335/AUTOCROP/h342/boardroom.jpg A Co Down man has been handed a six-year boardroom ban after his…

Woolworths’ Masters exit plan is back on track – The Australian Financial Review

On Tuesday Justice Lindsay Foster put on hold Lowe’s application for a court-ordered winding up until the parties go to arbitration. Wayne Taylor Woolworths’ $1.5 million Masters exit plan is back on track after the Federal Court ordered the company and its US joint venture partner, Lowe’s, to arbitrate their fallout behind closed doors. On Tuesday, Justice Lindsay Foster…