Bankruptcy Reveals Creditor Names

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Here's a fascinating side effect of bankruptcy filings--we get to learn the semi-interesting names of creditors. From North Carolina:

Raleigh's Carolina Wine Co. left vino lovers across the country with empty glasses when it suddenly shut down this year.

But the company's bankruptcy filing reveals that it had widespread and, in some cases, famous clients.

Those creditors, including the governor, are each owed between "$100 in wine to $47,000."

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