Houston-based Parker Drilling Company's FRISK® score is sinking deeper into the "red zone," signaling acute financial risk for this oil & gas services operator.
Claire's Stores, Inc., a retailer aimed at providing boutique jewelry and accessories for young women, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Lidia Ryan of The Register Citizen, a Connecticut-based newspaper, cites CreditRiskMonitor FRISK® score figures into this report about major retail chains at risk of bankruptcy.
Daphne Howland of Retail Dive reports on the recent store closings of specialty retailer General Nutrition Center (GNC), citing CreditRiskMonitor's FRISK® score as a reliable measure for predicting public company bankruptcy risk.
Julia Melcher of Style Democracy looks at major retailers with CreditRiskMonitor FRISK® scores of "2" and below, indicating heightened bankruptcy risk for those companies in 2018.
Using the CreditRiskMonitor's FRISK® score as his main barometer, Ben Unglesbee of Retail Dive looks at a dozen retailers at risk for bankruptcy this year.
In this audio interview, CreditRiskMonitor CEO Jerry Flum speaks to SupplyChainBrain's Bob Bowman about crowdsourcing and the unique nature of credit managers' behavioral data.
California-based biopharmaceutical company Orexigen Therapeutics, Inc. failed to pass our FRISK® score inspection for years, ultimately filing for bankruptcy in early 2018.
CreditRiskMonitor CEO Jerry Flum and Senior VP Peter Roma recently spoke with PYMNTS.com on why public company debt should scare creditors as it relates to bankruptcy risk.
Leveraged to the max, it seems as though there’s not enough makeup in the world to mask Revlon, Inc.’s deep financial troubles.
CreditRiskMonitor President William Danner writes in this feature for Food Logisitics about the common signals every business should look for to monitor insolvency risk in the supply chain.
India is an attractive market to penetrate due to its low operating costs and a diverse selection of companies in hot industries like technology - but with more than 1,000 public companies in the FRISK® "red zone," there's big-time risk in bringing business east.