February 6, 2001  

Daily Bankruptcy News

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Bankruptcy Reform:

Bush to Support Bankruptcy Bill That Clinton Vetoed Last Year
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NACM Urges Congress to Move Quickly on Bankruptcy Legislation
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Bankruptcy bills moving quickly
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Bill makes the bankrupt spend more

House, Senate Judiciary Committees Set Hearing Dates
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Bridge:

Bridge files for Chapter 11
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Customer credit problems crunch Savvis shares
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Bridge Information plans Chapter 11 filing after restructuring deal with big creditors
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Bridge in Pact with Creditor Committee
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Steel:

Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel raises prices
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Ohio Offers Aid for Ailing Steel Plants
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LTV Steel increases production, 400 workers return
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Steel aid a 'priority,' Taft says
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Community on edge over steel mill's murky future
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Once-Profitable Practice of Selling Stores Now a Problem for Tricon
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Key Plastics' auction resurfaces
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Dotcoms:

Landlords Caught in Dot-Gone Web
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Dot com deaths not greatly exaggerated
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Dying with dignity, New Economy-style
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Letsbuyit.com Raises EUR52 Million; Profit Expected In Nov 2002
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Dot-com collapse : After the gold rush
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Net shake-out benefits some

Game Over at EToys
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Petopia.com Out of Business

EToys To Lay Off Remaining Workers
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VortexMed.com expires quietly
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Bankrupt NewStar Media To Sell Assets
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Empire Of Carolina Announces Completed Sale Of Three Subsidiaries
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Court Approves IHDG Disclosure Statement; Solicitation of Votes On Plan
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ServInt files for Chapter 11
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Harrah's may be ready for a winning streak
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Disappearing banks
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  Kevco:

RV parts maker Kevco files for bankruptcy
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Kevco, Inc. Announces Reorganization and Agreement to Sell Division
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Kevco Files Bankruptcy Petition, Cites Drop in Manufactured Housing Units
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Power Utilities:

PG&E's New Structure Protects Its Other Assets
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Calif. on power alert, federal supply order to expire
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Inaction by Utilities, PUC Cost Chance to Avoid Crisis
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PUC May Probe Utilities' Rule Compliance
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Calif. Gov. Seizes Power Contracts
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Wash. utility sues large firms in power contracts dispute
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SoCal Edison Fails to Pay Suppliers
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Calif. San Onofre nuke unit seen down "several weeks"
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Blackouts highlight Calif. policy flaws
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California Seizes More Long-Term Power Contracts
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White House Won't Bend on Power Supplies for Calif.
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New England May Run Short of Power in Peak Winter Periods as Early as 2003
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New Power Law Could Curtail Customers Ability To Choose
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S&P Cuts Calif. ISO Rating to Default
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Memories of Orange County: Texas investment fund stabilizes after $1 bln run
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Energy won't derail western US economy
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Davis Seeks Plan to Avert Bankruptcy of Utilities
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Calif. on High-Level Power Alert
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Fed: Banks More Cautious About Loans
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Las Vegas, NV: Company's bankruptcy bad news for local charity
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Icahn drops out of Claridge bidding
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Taxing Times For Bankrupt‘Sopranos' Star
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Anna Nicole:

Smith lawyer wants judge to be recused
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New Bankruptcy Opinions
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Canada:

Talisman Enterprises Files Assignment In Bankruptcy
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Korea:

S Korean President Kim: Corp Bailout Program Inevitable
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Fund Alleges Finova Propped Up Supercom To Sell
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Tower Air:

Trustee Seeks Nod To Operate Tower Air For Limited
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Investors Seek To Get Tower Flying Again
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First Wave Marine:

First Wave Marine Files For Chap 11 Bankruptcy Petition
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First Wave Marine Obtains $20 Million Lender Financing with Chapter 11 Filing
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Xerox:

Sale of Xerox Seen Unlikely, Shares Slip
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Xerox looks to sell assets
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Xerox Reportedly Meets With LBO Firms
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Restructuring . . .

Chrysler Suppliers Resist Price Cut
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Eastman Chemical to split into two
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Futurestep.com Reorganizes, Cuts 60 Jobs
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Toshiba to Lay Off 500 From Irvine Manufacturing Staff
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Job Cuts Continue
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Telecoms:

Can Satellite Services Survive In A Wireless World?
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Spectrum sale leads to controversy - FCC rules changes fail to help bidders with limited financial resources
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Loral's Schwartz Says Company Will Scale Back
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NextWave: FCC Crossed Its Own Line By Canceling License
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CreSenda Wireless Shuts Down

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Hughes Hubbard Names New Bankruptcy Partner
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Opportunistic VCs Dig For Deals
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Court Grants Converse Interim OK For DIP Financing

Fed Finds More Banks Tightening Loan Rules
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Senate To Carve Out Major Role In Approving Airline Mergers
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Portland, OR: Wilshire bankruptcy case will stay closed
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