The Miami-based electric scooter rental company has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Southern Florida, despite its best efforts. Last year, Bird admitted that it had overstated its revenue for at least two years.
The company will continue to operate while it works through a restructuring agreement with its creditors, and notes that its European and Canadian business arms are unaffected by the bankruptcy.
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