July 19, 2001  

Daily Bankruptcy News

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Power Utilities:

Poll: Public blames lawmakers more than suppliers for power woes
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California's New Problem: Sudden Surplus of Energy
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Lawmakers debate efforts to save Edison: Competing bills range from a straight bailout to purchase of transmission lines
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Calif. proposes rate plan for $13.4 bln power bond
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Six Months Later, Edison's Utility May Still End Up Bankrupt
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Calif. lawmakers step up SCE rescue debate
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Easyriders runs out of gas
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Objections are raised to Payless Cashways financing proposal
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Quantum Southwest Medical Management Inc. and Quantum Southwest Medical Associates File Voluntary Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Petitions
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Firm Anxiety: Greenberg Traurig
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A business parable - Lessons in Survival
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Mounting credit-card debt dogs collegians
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Convenience store clerk, 35, admits $200,000 bankruptcy fraud
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Hawaii: Lindsey asks judge to move bankruptcy fraud trial
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Foster & Gallagher closes its doors
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Washington Group: Raytheon posts 2nd-quarter net loss
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Bankruptcy filings in Maine leap 16 percent
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  Telecoms:

Accel, KKR form distressed telecom venture
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Biding Time
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3G bankruptcy fears are 'ludicrous'
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Dotcoms:

Webvan's demise leaves food banks with less
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Phase2Media Files Bankruptcy
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Comdex or Comdead?
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What killed Webvan was bricks, not clicks

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Venture capital business bites banks in the back
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Sunbeam:

Chainsaw Al finds himself cut down to size
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Sears Loses $197 Million, HomeLife Bankruptcy Results in Charge
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Stock slump knocks profits at JP Morgan, Fleet
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9 Furrs Corporate Staffers Fired; 11 Transferred

Texas Equipment Corp. Files Ch. 11
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New Orleans: Bakery closes again, leaving 250 jobless - Overburdened by debt, owners say this is the end
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Hollywood Stars Try To Save Former Carmike Cinema
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Brennan's high-rent golf club for sale
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New Bankruptcy Opinions
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Bankruptcy Reform:

Bankruptcy legislation going before House
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Bankruptcy reform could finish firms
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Don't file for bankruptcy in haste
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Surgeons back Dow Corning plan
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Polaroid aims to woo bondholders, bankruptcy still possible
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Greenwich Capital hires distressed debt professional
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Office vacancies rose sharply in 2nd quarter
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Riverside, Calif., Mall Officials To Seek Control of Malodorous Eatery Space Controlled By Bankruptcy Trustee
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Canada:

Canadian energy mogul submits ski resort rescue plan
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Itemus Inc. Says Financing Efforts Not Successful, Bankruptcy of US Sub
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Itemus unit likely to file for protection
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Rebel.com's Mac Brown may lose his $2M mansion to the banks: Doesn't blame them
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Venezuela:

Avensa May Face Bankruptcy If It Can't Resolve Debt Problems
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