Bankruptcy News - June 2000

June 28, 2000

Tarrytown, N.Y., Wholesaler to Buy Inacom Communications Embattled Executive Officer of Orange County Steps Down
First Alliance Corp. to Cut More Jobs Martin Color-Fi Plan of Reorganization Confirmed  
NationsWay wages case hits court GST Telecommunications trading suspended
House Passes Three-month Ch. 12 Extension Bill Levitz Furniture Considering Alternatives to Emerge From Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Shaq Joins Planet Hollywood Court Approves Sale of ContiFinancial Corporation's Servicing Platform and Rights to Fairbanks Capital Corp.  
AUTOINFO INC - Preliminary Approval of its Disclosure Statement by Bankruptcy - Court for Solicitation of the Approval of Creditors Dynacore Holdings Corporation - Formerly Datapoint Corporation - Reaches Agreement in Principle With Official Unsecured Creditors' Committee  
NewStar Media Seeks Chapter 11 Protection Stage Stores Announces Final Court Approval of DIP Financing  
New World Recaptures 13 Buffalo-Area Stores In Settlement Of Litigation   Glen-Allen, Va.-Based Subprime Lender Warns of Possible Bankruptcy Filing
Maurice 'The Pants Man' Files for Bankruptcy Toysmart's creditors push for bankruptcy
McLaren/Hart files voluntary Chapter 11 Troubled TransCoastal chooses to liquidate facing heavy losses
Dotcom Mergers May Push Some Internet Service Firms Toward Bankruptcy EOUST Appoints Acting Deputy Director, General Counsel
Multicare Files Voluntary Petition for Bankruptcy Protection Genesis Health Ventures Files Voluntary Petition for Bankruptcy Protection
NYSE suspends, applies to delist Flooring America's stock  


June 29, 2000

GST Telecommunications Gets OK for Worker Retention Plan Report: Globalstar Drains $250 Million Credit Line
American Bank Note Holographics Announces Agreement In Principle To Settle Pending Class Action Securities Litigation California Legislature May Mandate Disclosure of Credit Scoring
Inacom Corp.'s Bankruptcy Filing Left $560.7 Million in Debts, Reports Sm@rt Partner Compaq Is Top Creditor at $94 Million Loehmann's, Inc. Announces Agreement in Principle On Revised Terms of Financial Restructuring
Court okays Everest & Jennings plant shutdown More needy than greedy seek bankruptcy
The English Rule . . .

Fans face bankruptcy after losing seats case

Flooring America bankruptcy hits workers, ad agency
Genesis bankruptcy won't affect nursing homes Software Report- Customer bankruptcy again hurts Scient
Dotcom woes . . .

All Aboard!- Dot-com woes shake up the Web

Health-related bankruptcies stir reform debate
AutoInfo, Inc. Announces the Preliminary Approval of its Disclosure Statement... Adds Selected Bankruptcy Case Reporting
Purina Mills Emerges From Chapter 11; Company to Trade on NASDAQ AmeriServe Files Motion to Sell Equipment Division
Penn Traffic posts $5 million surety bond with USDA More dotcom woes . . .

Dot's All, Folks

Vencor Receives Court Approval to Extend Maturity of Its Debtor-In-Possession Financing Clinton Would Veto Bankruptcy Bill
Party on!

Pixelon Ousts Execs, Plans on Chapter 11 Filing


June 30, 2000

Telegen Corporation Plan of Reorganization is Confirmed   Smith Corona Will Sell Stock  
Failed dot-coms may be selling your private information   Dynex Capital, Inc., Glen-Allen, Va.-Based Subprime Lender Warns of Possible Bankruptcy Filing
ProMed files for Chapter 11 protection Prichard plan ready for vote
ETM Entertainment Network files for Chapter 7 protection Recom Managed Systems Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Petition
Cello Recordings Files for Chapter 11 Going Out of Business Sales Commence At All 50 Poore Simon's & Maurice the Pants Man Stores  


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