November 13, 2000

Daily Bankruptcy News

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Reliance Credit Facility Matures, Restructuring Discussions Continue

Fine Air Gets $55 Million Credit Facility

Philip Services Cuts Loss in Third Quarter


CareMatrix Corporation Files to Reorganize Under the Protection of Chapter 11

CareMatrix files for bankruptcy

Massachusetts-Based Nursing Home Company Seeks Bankruptcy


Datek Founder Aims To Escape The Past

Subsidies Add Bloom To Farm Incomes


Firestone tire sales drop 40 percent

Financial options limited for beaten, flailing Firestone - Bankruptcy likely choice for company battered by tire recall, lawsuits in federal and state courts


SEC seeks receiver for Las Vegas company, Brycar Financial

Ames Stock Falls 40% To 4-Year Low

Greate Bay Casino Corp - Third Quarter Results

P I E Nationwide Makes $31 Million Disbursement

Arch Wireless Becomes Nation's Largest Paging Company Through Takeover of Bankrupt Paging Network

  Tri Valley Executives Awarded Bonuses

Union Urges Pillowtex To Try Alternative To Filing Bankruptcy

Pittsburgh Corning Seeks Fund For Asbestos Insur Proceeds


Flawed Thinking And Dot-Com Death

Cash-strapped PSNINet will be 'one of the survivors,' vows CEO

Urban Box Office Still Down and Out

Days Of Doom For Dot-Coms

New media bankruptcies leaving crumbs


The Rowe Companies Announces Discontinuance of Wexford Manufacturing Operations

Nobel economist proposes world currency

UBO's Re-Hiring Plans on Hold, as Bankruptcy Plan Encounters Delays

Movie Theater Industry:

Movie theater chains adjust to the end of boom times

Wehrenberg shutters cinemas at Chesterfield Mall, in South County


IRA assets exempt under state law; Surrender value of annuities undecided




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Korea says could accept AIG demand on Hyundai

Hyundai Refuses Former Affiliate

Hyundai Engg. faces critical week

South Korea battling to head off economic crisis

Daewoo Motors Is Bankrupt - Will GM Back Off? Reports

Protest against Daewoo bankruptcy



Ireland's Tough Bankruptcy Laws A Stigma- Irish assets seized at first whiff of failure



Twist in tax dispute

Falconer 'regrets' Dome cash difficulties



Legislation on insolvency, bankruptcy soon



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