Struggling Aéropostale expected to complete Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Posted on Thursday, September 15th, 2016 at 5:56 pm    

American teen clothing company Aéropostale is expected to exit from Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, giving them a possibility to improve their business, an article of Fortune reported on September 13.

Reports said Aéropostale will continue to operate with 229 outlets after a federal judge gave them a go signal to maintain 7,000 employees and continue operations. The struggling clothing company filed for bankruptcy in May. Landlords Simon Property Group and General Growth Properties made a $243 million bid to save most of the stores from being liquidated. Though Aéropostale was given a relief in the process with much smaller operations, they will need to adjust to their direct competitors who have established their names in the clothing industry.

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