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# Out of Business

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# Out of Business
Joe Walsh Tours is going out of business after 60 years in the market
The company was one of the nation’s oldest travel agents.
# Out of Business
Hundreds of thousands left stranded after UK travel agent Thomas Cook goes bankrupt
Around 22,000 people have now been left without a job due to Thomas Cook’s collapse.
# Cease trading
Irish designer Orla Kiely closes online and Kildare Village stores
Kate Middleton is a known fan of Kiely’s designs.
# anglers
Eel fishermen who went out of business after Irish ban may soon receive financial support
The government has opened up talks with the European Commission to set up a support programme.
# Out of Business
Weinstein Company files for bankruptcy and ends all non-disclosure agreements
The company Harvey Weinstein co-founded has faced financial difficulties since sexual assault allegations were made against him.
# Out of Business
Weinstein Company to file for bankruptcy after last-ditch survival talks fail
The company Harvey Weinstein co-founded has faced into financial ruin since the allegations were made against him.
# Out of Business
Here is how many Irish businesses went broke last year
The service sector was hit hardest by insolvencies.
# number 13
ANOTHER language school has shut, leaving 320 students out-of-pocket
It’s the 13th such school to shut since the start of last year.
# Explainer
Explainer: What does liquidation, examinership and receivership mean?
Businesses have always failed – recession or otherwise – but what happens when they do, and what are the different options that are available to them.
# Companies
Five companies went bust each day of July, says Vision-net
Half of those stress-tested by the credit and risk analyst also showed signs of being on the brink of failure.
# Out of Business
Over 1,000 companies declared insolvent in first half of 2011
While the number of company startups was higher in 2011, the numbers going out of business also rose.