The Arocks are at the center of the financial world, but their family name is also part of the country’s economic history.
As a family company, Aroden Enterprises is known for its success with children’s products and its marketing prowess, which was on display during the company’s takeover of the company in 2011.
But over the past several years, the family has been hit hard by financial woes.
According to filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Arundel Enterprises filed for bankruptcy in January 2018 and has not been able to pay back debts for more than two years.
The Aruldels filed for Chapter 11 protection in December 2018, and the company has yet to pay any of its creditors.
The bankruptcy filing came amid the ongoing economic downturn and in the wake of the Trump administration’s move to cut taxes on the wealthy.
While the bankruptcy filing did not provide details about the economic impact on the Arulda family, it did state that Arurdel Enterprises is “struggling financially.”
It is unclear if the bankruptcy filings would have an impact on Arunda’s sales, which have been steadily declining since the recession.
The company’s financial situation has become particularly challenging because of its involvement in a wide variety of consumer products and services, from the apparel and electronics industry to the online retailer Amazon.
The retail giant’s stock has fallen more than 50% since the start of 2018, according to the S&P 500 Index, and analysts have warned that it could soon become one of the largest companies in the U, with a market value of more than $3 billion.
According the filings, the Arazes were among a handful of wealthy families that went through bankruptcy in the 1990s, after failing to make enough money to pay their debts.
Aroda Enterprises has been involved in a variety of different businesses, including a line of clothing, jewelry and consumer products.
While its financial troubles have been particularly dire in the past, it is also true that many of the Aroyds have been successful at running the company.
The family is known in the industry for its long-standing and loyal customer base, including its own clothing line.
The group also owns and operates several large retail chains, including Gap, JC Penney, Forever 21, Neiman Marcus, Target and Urban Outfitters.
The majority of the assets of the parent company are held in the family trust, and a portion of the money earned by the family from the business is distributed to the shareholders.
The business is expected to report its earnings on Wednesday.