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J. Crew is reportedly preparing to file for bankruptcy as soon as this weekend after struggling to stay afloat as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, which put added strain on its already fraught books. <br><br>According to CNBC, the filing could come as early as this weekend.<br><br>The company, which is privately owned, is seeking $400million in financing to try to keep going in bankruptcy. <br><br>J. Crew was already struggling financially when the [http://wideinfo.org/?s=pandemic pandemic] hit, forcing retailers to close their stores around the world. <br><br><br><br><br><br><br>According to CNBC, the filing could come as early as this weekend. It is unclear what it will mean for the company's 9,950 employees <br><br><br>It, like countless other retailers, has been challenged by giants like Amazon.  <br><br>The company employs more than 9,000 people across the country. <br><br>It is unclear what will happen to those workers if the firm files for bankruptcy, or what benefits they have already given out - if any - to help store workers unable to do their jobs. <br><br>There are 182 stores across the country in addition to 140 Madewell stores, [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/blog/kinh-nghiem-di-tour-du-lich-cuu-trai-cau-day-du-nhat.html kinh nghiệm đi cửu trại câu] J. Crew's younger off-shoot brand. <br><br><br><br><br><br><br>RELATED ARTICLES<br><br><br>Previous<br><br>1<br><br>Next<br><br><br><br><br>'It is what it is.' Donald Trump [http://www.msnbc.com/search/brushes brushes] off unemployment... Incredible scenes at Michigan Capitol as anti-lockdown... <br><br><br><br><br>Share this article<br><br>Share<br><br><br><br>A spokesman for the company would not comment on CNBC's report, which cited two people are familiar with the bankruptcy plans but requested anonymity to speak. <br><br>The company would be the latest in a long list of retail casualties of the pandemic crisis. <br><br>Neiman Marcus and JC Penny both plan to file for bankruptcy and are seeking financing.  <br><br>More than 26 million have applied for unemployment benefits in the previous five weeks, adding up to the largest streak of U.S. job losses on record.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>There were 3.8 million new claims for [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/blog/kinh-nghiem-di-tour-du-lich-cuu-trai-cau-day-du-nhat.html kynghidongduong.vn] unemployment benefits filed last week, according to the latest Labor Department figures released on Thursday<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>More than 30 million Americans have now lost their jobs in the six weeks since the coronavirus outbreak began as the US economy slides further into a crisis that is becoming the most devastating since the 1930s<br><br><br>Last week's filings has lifted the number of people who sought unemployment benefits to about 30.3 million since March 21, roughly 18.4 percent of the working age population.<br><br>The layoffs amount to one in six American workers and encompass more people than the entire population of Texas, or more people than live in the New York and Chicago metropolitan areas combined.<br><br>The latest unemployment benefit numbers follow the news on Wednesday that the US economy in the first quarter suffered its sharpest drop - 4.8 percent - since the 2008 financial crisis.
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J. Crew is reportedly preparing to file for bankruptcy as soon as this weekend after struggling to stay afloat as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, which put added strain on its already fraught books. <br><br>According to CNBC, [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/blog/kinh-nghiem-di-tour-du-lich-cuu-trai-cau-day-du-nhat.html kinh nghiệm đi cửu trại câu] the filing could come as early as this weekend.<br><br>The company, which is privately owned, is seeking $400million in financing to try to keep going in bankruptcy. <br><br>J. Crew was already struggling financially when the pandemic hit, forcing retailers to close their stores around the world. <br><br><br><br><br><br><br>According to CNBC, [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/blog/kinh-nghiem-di-tour-du-lich-cuu-trai-cau-day-du-nhat.html kynghidongduong.vn] the filing could come as early as this weekend. It is unclear what it will mean for the company's 9,950 employees <br><br><br>It, like countless other retailers, has been challenged by giants like Amazon.  <br><br>The company employs more than 9,000 people across the country. <br><br>It is unclear what will happen to those workers if the firm files for bankruptcy, or what benefits they have already given out - if any - to help store workers unable to do their jobs. <br><br>There are 182 stores across the country in addition to 140 Madewell stores, J. Crew's younger off-shoot brand. <br><br><br><br><br><br><br>RELATED ARTICLES<br><br><br>Previous<br><br>1<br><br>Next<br><br><br><br><br>'It is what it is.' Donald Trump brushes off unemployment... Incredible scenes at Michigan Capitol as anti-lockdown... <br><br><br><br><br>Share this article<br><br>Share<br><br><br><br>A spokesman for the company would not comment on CNBC's report, which cited two people are familiar with the bankruptcy plans but requested anonymity to speak. <br><br>The company would be the latest in a long list of retail casualties of the pandemic crisis. <br><br>Neiman Marcus and JC Penny both plan to file for bankruptcy and are seeking financing.  <br><br>More than 26 million have applied for unemployment benefits in the previous five weeks, adding up to the largest streak of U.S. job losses on record.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>There were 3.8 million new claims for unemployment benefits filed last week, according to the latest Labor Department figures released on Thursday<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>More than 30 million Americans have now lost their jobs in the six weeks since the coronavirus outbreak began as the US economy slides further into a crisis that is becoming the most devastating since the 1930s<br><br><br>Last week's filings has lifted the number of people who sought unemployment benefits to about 30.3 million since March 21, roughly 18.4 percent of the working age population.<br><br>The layoffs amount to one in six American workers and encompass more people than the entire [https://www.academia.edu/people/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=population population] of Texas, or more people than live in the New York and Chicago metropolitan areas combined.<br><br>The latest unemployment benefit numbers follow the news on Wednesday that the US economy in the first quarter suffered its sharpest drop - 4.8 percent - since the 2008 financial crisis.

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J. Crew is reportedly preparing to file for bankruptcy as soon as this weekend after struggling to stay afloat as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, which put added strain on its already fraught books. 

According to CNBC, kinh nghiệm đi cửu trại câu the filing could come as early as this weekend.

The company, which is privately owned, is seeking $400million in financing to try to keep going in bankruptcy. 

J. Crew was already struggling financially when the pandemic hit, forcing retailers to close their stores around the world. 






According to CNBC, kynghidongduong.vn the filing could come as early as this weekend. It is unclear what it will mean for the company's 9,950 employees 


It, like countless other retailers, has been challenged by giants like Amazon.  

The company employs more than 9,000 people across the country. 

It is unclear what will happen to those workers if the firm files for bankruptcy, or what benefits they have already given out - if any - to help store workers unable to do their jobs. 

There are 182 stores across the country in addition to 140 Madewell stores, J. Crew's younger off-shoot brand. 






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A spokesman for the company would not comment on CNBC's report, which cited two people are familiar with the bankruptcy plans but requested anonymity to speak. 

The company would be the latest in a long list of retail casualties of the pandemic crisis. 

Neiman Marcus and JC Penny both plan to file for bankruptcy and are seeking financing.  

More than 26 million have applied for unemployment benefits in the previous five weeks, adding up to the largest streak of U.S. job losses on record.






There were 3.8 million new claims for unemployment benefits filed last week, according to the latest Labor Department figures released on Thursday







More than 30 million Americans have now lost their jobs in the six weeks since the coronavirus outbreak began as the US economy slides further into a crisis that is becoming the most devastating since the 1930s


Last week's filings has lifted the number of people who sought unemployment benefits to about 30.3 million since March 21, roughly 18.4 percent of the working age population.

The layoffs amount to one in six American workers and encompass more people than the entire population of Texas, or more people than live in the New York and Chicago metropolitan areas combined.

The latest unemployment benefit numbers follow the news on Wednesday that the US economy in the first quarter suffered its sharpest drop - 4.8 percent - since the 2008 financial crisis.