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If You Can Take the Risk, Take on Chesapeake

The issue is not CHK's debt, but whether it can service the debt, and the company's robust hedge book and the recent uptrend in natural gas pricing CHK show that it should be.

ADT's Special Dividend Looks Like a Steal

But despite the recently authorized a one-time dividend of 70 cents per share, the company's debt should still sound alarm bells.

Teva Pharmaceuticals CEO: Stock on Track for 2020 Turnaround

But is a Teva turnaround still coming after the stock's 70% loss in the past five years?

3 'Flextensions' Very Evident in This Market: Tesla, Oil and Bonds

Brexit is not the only big issue getting kicked down the road lately.

Rescue Bill for Puerto Rico Looks Set to Win Final Approval

A restructuring bill for Puerto Rico's debt passed a key vote, which increases the likelihood that it will be approved.

Golden Gate Likely to Take Ownership as PacSun Files for Bankruptcy

Pacific Sunwear has opted to file for bankruptcy to implement a reorganization plan backed by San Francisco's Golden Gate Capitals.

Bankrupt Sports Authority to Shutter Up to 200 Troubled Stores

Sports Authority filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday after the sporting goods retailer failed to overcome competitors on both the traditional and online fronts.

Credit Card Debt Surpasses 2009 Levels, Despite Low Gas Prices

Credit card debt is on the rise, eclipsing 2009 levels, the year the economy suffered the worst downturn since the Great Depression.

Chesapeake Energy Says it Has No Plans to File Bankruptcy

Chesapeake Energy saw its shares drop dramatically Monday after several trading halts, as investors worried about a possible bankruptcy filing.

Will Southwestern Energy Be Removed From TheStreet’s Stressed Out Index?

Shares of Southwestern Energy rose 25 percent in January, while the broad S&P 500 slumped 6 percent.