Our very own Dr. Camilo Gomez, CreditRiskMonitor Senior Vice President, Quantitative Research, spoke about the value that predictive analytics is providing to procurement professionals in this webinar.
In the steel industry, major players AK Steel Holding Corporation and Steel Dynamics, Inc. are two examples of public companies with markedly different financial situations in 2018.
Rex Energy's Bankruptcy Case Study showcases the factors that eventually led this company to file for Chapter 11.
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RetailDive's Ben Unglesbee cites CreditRiskMonitor data as part of his analysis of J. C. Penney Company, Inc.'s recent bond agency rating downgrade.
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CreditRiskMonitor recently debuted its new PAYCE® score, a highly accurate measure of bankruptcy risk when no financial statements are available for private companies.
Referencing information provided by CreditRiskMonitor, Jeff Matthews of "The Town Talk" takes a look at retailers with the potential to meet bankruptcy in 2018.
With data provided by CreditRiskMonitor, RetailDive's Ben Unglesbee looks at the growing debt problem plaguing American retailer J. C. Penney Company, Inc.
Nearly 30 percent of Australia's public companies in our CreditRiskMonitor global directory are at a FRISK® score which indicates an elevated level of bankruptcy risk in 2018. Supply chain professionals must know that even in a strong Australian economy, risk exists in plenty of industries.
For grocery stores, suppliers and lenders often have the most risk exposure. Tops Holdings and Southeastern Grocers filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring in early 2018, largely as a result of their heavy debt burdens.