Floral and gifting outfit FTD Companies, Inc., parent company of ProFlowers, might not stick around to see next spring's bloom based upon their alarming financials, as discovered in this High Risk Report.
Two major U.S. pharmaceutical companies possess heightened bankruptcy risk largely due to lawsuits stemming from the opioid crisis. Our models are reflexive enough to give the most accurate forward-looking reads on financial risk when calamities strike.
Colorado-based oil and gas giant Ultra Petroleum Corporation's ineffective use of assets to generate earnings is causing our subscribers to feel like their well is going dry.
Retail Dive's Cara Salpini takes a look at the 12 retailers walking a dangerous line toward bankruptcy in 2019, citing CreditRiskMonitor's FRISK® score.
Sanchez Energy Corporation has struggled to generate meaningful returns on its assets, and with a total debt-to-assets ratio currently affording creditors little degree of protection from loss, it's time to look at this company with great scrutiny.
The CreditRiskMonitor Trade Contributor Program's many benefits make it one of the most exciting and effective offerings to our subscriber base in determining risk.
A recent high-profile bankruptcy within telecom provides a golden example of how reliance on payment data in assessing risk within public companies is foolhardy.
CreditRiskMonitor (OTCQX: CRMZ) reported that revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2018 increased to $13.89 million, up 4% compared to 2017.
In-flight WiFi provider Gogo Inc. is in danger of being grounded by a steep year-over-year cash balance decline and the inability to generate any positive returns.
Telecom leader Windstream Holdings, Inc. paid their bills on time right up to their bankruptcy filing – while payment data analysis missed their troubles, the FRISK® score noted their elevated risk level for years.
Blue Apron is promising that it will right-size its business and find an approach that will generate positive EBITDA in 2019. The scramble and the results so far don't inspire confidence, and the recurring cash burn suggests that time is limited.
China’s non-financial corporate debt-to-GDP is the highest in the world at 160%, and corporate defaults are now running at a record pace.