What are the top 10 biggest bankruptcy cases in the corporate world in recent history?

1. Lehman Brothers (2008): The largest bankruptcy case in history, with assets worth $691 billion.
2. Worldcom (2002): The telecommunications giant filed for bankruptcy with assets worth $103.9 billion.
3. General Motors (2009): The popular car manufacturer filed for bankruptcy with assets worth $91 billion.
4. Enron (2001): The energy company filed for bankruptcy with assets worth $63.4 billion.
5. Conseco (2002): The insurance and finance company filed for bankruptcy with assets worth $61.4 billion.
6. MF Global (2011): The financial derivatives broker filed for bankruptcy with assets worth $41 billion.
7. Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (2001): The utility company filed for bankruptcy with assets worth $36.15 billion.
8. Texaco (1987): The petroleum company filed for bankruptcy with assets worth $36 billion.
9. Chrysler (2009): The automobile manufacturer filed for bankruptcy with assets worth $39.3 billion.
10. United Airlines (2002): The airline filed for bankruptcy with assets worth $25 billion.