Investors in Puerto Rico's bonds argued in court Tuesday over which group has a claim on sales-tax revenue that could be used to recoup their money.
The oversight board had told the governor that changes to Puerto Rico's proposed fiscal plan are required.
While nearly 92 percent of customers have had power restored, more than 121,000 residents still go without.
Blockchain companies are now looking at Puerto Rico as a viable hub for the rapidly growing crypto industry.
CEO Tim Timken says without U.S. steel, we would be reliant on foreign sources, which could threaten national security.
Puerto Rico's governor calls blockchain a "phenomenal technology" and a "game changer."
With $17 billion in federal funds, the new plan covers a six-year period and projects a budget surplus
After Hurricane Maria, it was decided that the fiscal plan needed to be revised to reflect the island's new reality.
The governor of Puerto Rico announced Monday his intentions to privatize the island's beleaguered power utility.
A senior member of the House Financial Services Committee is calling for a congressional hearing following a CNBC investigation.