January 23, 2002 

Daily Bankruptcy News

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Enron:

Enron creditors seek outside supervision - Court to review options
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The Trustee Motion

Easy come, easy go
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Litigator maneuvers for starring role in suit - Enron investors' case may generate big fees
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Shredding storm may leave Enron's defense in tatters: Revelations raise questions about what group was trying to hide
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SEC calls for better financial disclosure
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Ex-Andersen Official Says He May Take Fifth To Avoid Testifying at Congressional Hearing
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Enron Board Has Protection Against Investor Suits, Experts Say
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Andersen Officials Receiving Subpoenas
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Lawyers agree on order to safeguard documents
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Contributions at issue in judge's confirmation
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Congress Returns to Enron, Recession, Politics
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Campaign Finance After Enron
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Enron Executives' Benefits Kept on Growing As Retirement Plans of Employees Were Cut
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Enron case highlights unhealthy intimacy
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Enron Mess Gives a Boost To MDP Foes - Concern over conflicts heightened by scandal
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Gramms maintain Enron involvement was not improper
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Enron Makes Case for Diversifying
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Unaccountable in Washington
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Andersen Case Poses Challenge to Power, Resources of State Boards of Accountancy
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Enron sale to UBS: 600 traders to move to new parent

FBI Arrives at Enron Headquarters
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Bush defends administration's actions on Enron
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Many Accounting Practices Are Difficult to Penetrate
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Enron spinoff pays bill for sins of its parent
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Feds open probe into papers shredded at Enron offices
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BG gets cut-price Enron India fields
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Accounting watchdogs quit, reject new panel
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  Kmart:

Can bankruptcy save Kmart?
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J.P. Morgan Chase Tried, and Failed, to Rescue Kmart Again
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Kmart's hard assets make DIP attractive
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Kmart Chapter 11 Expected to be First of Many Retail Filings
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Bankruptcy Not Expected to KO Kmart
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Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. Issues Statement Regarding Kmart Bankruptcy Filing
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Kmart bankruptcy sends Asian suppliers scrambling

Kmart suppliers walk thin line to protect interests
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Kmart's Landlords Brace for Store Closings
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Kmart pays the price for US store wars
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Kmart's Challenge: Set Itself Apart
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Disney, Fox video holding bag after Kmart's fall
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Kmart Must Keep Martha
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US rocked by Kmart bankruptcy

Bankruptcy Filing Is First Step to Recovery for Kmart
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Kmart outlines bankruptcy plan
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Looking for loose change
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Kmart Customers React to Bankruptcy
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Bankrupt Kmart becomes biggest US retail failure
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A Look at Kmart's History
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What Will Become of Bankrupt Kmart's BlueLight.com?
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Kimco Provides Guidance On Potential Impact From Kmart Bankruptcy
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Kmart pins hopes on Martha Stewart: retailer's woe 'poses problems' for brand
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Enron (continued from first column):

Enron Chair Once Had Kind Words for Andersen
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Enron has repercussions for int'l auditors
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Enron debacle could bring problems for Gramms
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Enron Europe trading liabilities over $1 bln-PWC
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Jackson to lead rally for Enron workers
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New Bankruptcy Opinions
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Bankruptcy Jobs
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Bankruptcy Court Web/Pacer Site Directory

Oxford Automotive gets DIP approval
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Conflicts of Interest
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Unsure of surety bonds? After Kmart, Enron - join the crowd
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Power Utilities:

PG&E Files Response to Preemption and Eleventh Amendment Immunity Objections To Its Bankruptcy Plan
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PG&E Asks Judge for Bankruptcy Help
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CSFB settlement with SEC
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California Faces Largest One-Year Revenue Drop in Over 50 Years
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Law Firm Restructuring:

Downturn or No, They're Still Great Places to Work
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We'll Succeed With Deadwood Gone, Valley Firm Says
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Bank of America profit up 49 percent on rate cuts
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Fear and uncertainty dominate Wall Street
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Lehman Brothers Broker Is Probed
Over Cheating Wealthy Investors
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Japan:

Japanese bankruptcies up in 2001
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England:

U.K. Shareholders to Set Execs' Pay
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Belguim:

Xeikon sees liquidation, stock delisting
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