More than five years ago, an official from the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base approached leaders at the University of Dayton to help with what they saw as a dearth of trained and experienced government contracting and procurement professionals, due in part to an increase in retirements.
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From Bloomberg: Recent bankruptcy filings underscore how floundering companies that seek more money from investors are often only delaying the inevitable. When they file for bankruptcy after engineering liability management transactions, as was the case with Diebold Nixdorf, reorganizing can be more complex than if the company had just filed sooner.