FTX Bankrupcy

The FTX Arena name is still visible where the Miami Heat basketball team plays Nov. 12 in Miami. Lawyers for FTX disclosed Tuesday that a “substantial amount" of assets have been stolen from the accounts of the collapsed cryptocurrency exchange, diminishing the odds that its millions of investors will get their money back. [AP PHOTO/MARTA LAVANDIER, FILE]

NEW YORK — Lawyers for FTX disclosed Tuesday that a "substantial amount" of assets has been stolen from the accounts of the collapsed cryptocurrency exchange, diminishing the odds that its millions of investors will get their money back.

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