‘Carter’ childwear bankruptcies are ‘not a surprise’: Singer

In a statement to CNN, the company said that it had been “forced to sell more than 30,000 products due to the catastrophic nature of the company’s bankruptcy.”

It said that the company was working to restructure its business, and that it was working on new business plans.

The company said it would be seeking to restate the terms of its bankruptcy petition to allow for a new company to be created to continue to sell its products.

It also said that its stock would be trading at $4.45 on Friday, and said it was looking for an additional $1.5 million in additional financing to continue operations.