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3/24/2014
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Jerry Lewis and Jose Canseco March Madness: Bankruptcy Brackets

In the final match of the March Madness first round, Las Vegas debtors, Jerry Lewis and Jose Canseco, square off to determine who will succeed to the round of 16.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/23/2014
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Johnny Unitas and Marion Jones March Madness: Bankruptcy Brackets

Elite athletes Johnny Unitas, NFL quarterback, and Marion Jones, Olympic track star, face off in this first round matchup in the Plan of Reorganization Regional.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/22/2014
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David Crosby vs. Willie Nelson March Madness: Bankruptcy Brackets

This matchup between David Crosby and Willie Nelson, both having appeared in the infographic The Bankruptcy Jukebox, turned into a surprising blowout.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/21/2014
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Lenny Dykstra vs. Taylor Armstrong March Madness: Bankruptcy Brackets

In this match, former Major League Baseball center fielder, Lenny Dykstra faces Taylor Armstrong, a former cast member of The Real Housewives of Bankruptcy.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/20/2014
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Warren Sapp vs. Curt Schilling March Madness: Bankruptcy Brackets

In this first round match in the Exemptions Regional, NFL hitman Warren Sapp will face off against baseball star Curt Schilling.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/19/2014
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MC Hammer vs. Burt Reynolds March Madness: Bankruptcy Brackets

In this first round matchup in the Exemptions Regional, MC Hammer takes on Burt Reynolds; both filed for bankruptcy in 1996.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/18/2014
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Michael Vick vs. Michaele Salahi March Madness: Bankruptcy Brackets

This match-up in the Automatic Stay Regional pits Michael Vick against Michaele Salahi.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/17/2014
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Dorothy Hamill vs. James Madison March Madness: Bankruptcy Brackets

In this first round match in the Automatic Stay Regional Olympic star Dorothy Hamill takes on James Madison, U.S. President and framer of the Constitution.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/14/2014
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March Madness Bankruptcy Brackets: Who Is The World's Greatest Debtor?

Presidents, criminals and celebrities vie for top honors in March Madness: Bankruptcy Brackets, a contest to crown the world's greatest debtor.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/13/2014
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NFL Bankruptcy Tailgate Party: Warren Sapp

Warren Sapp, 7-time Pro Bowler, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy 2012 which listed more than $6.7 million owed to creditors, including back child support and alimony.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/13/2014
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NFL Bankruptcy Tailgate Party: Michael Vick

Michael Vick, NFL quarterback, lost $130M in earnings while in prison for two years . He was a financial disaster and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/13/2014
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NFL Bankruptcy Tailgate Party: Lawrence Taylor

Lawrence Taylor, NFL linebacker, earned $50 million over course of his career. After numerous drug arrests, he declared Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the late 90s.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/12/2014
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NFL Bankruptcy Tailgate Party: Raghib “Rocket” Ismael

Raghib “Rocket” Ismael played 10 years in the NFL. He earned an estimated $18 million to $20 million in salary but funded a series of losing business ventures.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/11/2014
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NFL Bankruptcy Tailgate Party: Johnny Unitas

Johnny Unitas, received NFL Most Valuable Player award and had touchdown passes in 47 consecutive games. He struggled in business, declaring bankruptcy in 1991.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/11/2014
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NFL Bankruptcy Tailgate Party: Mark Brunell

Mark Brunell, retired NFL quarterback, invested heavily in Michigan real estate and fast food chain, “Whataburger”. He filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2010.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/10/2014
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The Bankruptcy Big House: Marion Jones

Marion Jones was one of track's first female sports millionaires. After winning 5 Olympic medals Jones was broke. In 2006, a bank foreclosed on her mansion.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/10/2014
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The Bankruptcy Big House: Bernie Ebbers

Bernie Ebbers turned WorldCom into the nation's second largest long distance telecom company. After WorldCom filed for bankruptcy its stock price tumbled.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/10/2014
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The Bankruptcy Big House: Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling

Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling took turns as Enron's CEO during its glory days. In 2001 Enron filed for Chapter 11; accounting giant Arthur Anderson fell, too.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/9/2014
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The Bankruptcy Big House: Casey Anthony

Casey Anthony, after acquittal for killing her 2 year old child. With almost $800,000 of debt related to her trial, Anthony filed bankruptcy in 2013.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/9/2014
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The Bankruptcy Big House: Benedict Arnold

Benedict Arnold, before becoming synonymous with treachery, was a successful revolutionary patriot. Marriage to a social climbing loyalist led to heavy debt,

Category: Bankruptcy

3/9/2014
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The Bankruptcy Big House: Bernie Madoff

Bernie Madoff ran a Ponzi scheme, considered to be the largest U.S. financial fraud. In 2009, Madoff was sentenced to 150 years, the maximum, in prison.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/9/2014
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The Bankruptcy Big House: Charles Ponzi

Charles Ponzi promised investors a 50% profit in 45 days, by paying early investors from later investors' investments; a scheme called a "Ponzi scheme".

Category: Bankruptcy

3/7/2014
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The Bankruptcy Jukebox: MC Hammer

MC Hammer earned $33 million after the release of his album, Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt ‘Em. By 1996, Hammer was in bankruptcy court.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/6/2014
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The Bankruptcy Jukebox: Tammy Wynette

When U.S. Marshals tried to oust Tammy Wynette, the First Lady of Country Music, from her home, the singer and husband filed an emergency Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Category: Bankruptcy

3/6/2014
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The Bankruptcy Jukebox: David Crosby

David Crosby of The Byrds and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, earned and burned through $25 million during his career. In 1985, Crosby filed for bankruptcy.

Category: Bankruptcy