November 17, 2000

Daily Bankruptcy News

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Owens-Illinois stock tumbles on asbestos concerns

Armstrong May File for Bankruptcy, as Liquidity Problems Increase

Judge Agrees To Approve Owens Corning's $500M DIP Pact
(WSJ: paid subscription required)

Stitching Singer Back Together

Bankruptcy Epidemic On Horizon

Metal Management:

Metal Management agrees to restructuring

Metal Management works out deal with lenders


Holiday Survey Says- Everyone Gets Massive Debt

Los Angeles, CA: Family Health Care's Debt Could Be $20 Million

Movie Theater Industry:

Work Halt On Theaters Is Seen As Temporary

Money Woes May Keep Curtain Closed on Portland Theater

United Artists In Final Talks For $35 Million In Exit Financing

Penn project put on hold by partner's bankruptcy


Milwaukee firm will sell bankrupt Internet company Innovative Software

Casino Owner, JCC Holding Company, Comments on Presentation to Casino Tax Advisory Committee; Halt of Trading By American Stock Exchange

Bankrupt retailer, Nevada Bob's, to sell Las Vegas outlet

Little-known agency helps investors when brokerages fail

Baptist Foundation Settlement


In Midst Of SEC Investigation, AMF Bowling Reorganizing Management, Cutting Jobs

AMF Considering Bankruptcy Among Options


Nasdaq to delist CareMatrix from small cap mkt Friday



Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corporation Files for Chapter 11; Company to Continue Normal Operations During Financial Restructuring

Steelworkers React to Wheeling-Pittsburgh Bankruptcy

Cliffs Comments On Bankruptcy Filing by Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corporation

West Virginia-Based Steelmaker's Bankruptcy Comes Almost 10 Years After Company Was Bought Out Of Bankruptcy

WHX Corporation Confirms Wheeling-Pittsbu... Subsidiary's Reorganization Filing


NYSE suspends trade in AMF Bowling securities

Nevada Bob's gets OK to sell stores

FCC Official Worried About NextWave Wrangling


What Happens To The Data And Applications When An ASP Files Bankruptcy? to Cut Work Force, Closes UK Ops Filing Says It Has No Students

80% of dot-coms to go bust in Q1 2001

Dead sites dotting the Web-scape

Austin, Texas-Based Online Gardening-Product E-tailer, Crashes For Lack Of Capital

Dot-com failures reach one a day, report finds job cuts may bode more woes for sector



Judge Finds CRIIMI MAE's Reorganization Plan Is 'Fair and Reasonable'; Parties to Submit Final Confirmation Order by Friday For Court's Approval

Court Reserves Ruling On Feasibility in Criimi Mae Plan


Dallas, TX: Indian Conglomerate Completes Purchase Of Bankrupt Telequestion



New Bankruptcy Opinions
(2 new opinions today)


Soaring bankruptcies in Japan- bad or good?



Korean Corporate Bankruptcy Count 606 In Oct

South Korea rules out loans to Hyundai

Daewoo Looks Dicey

Hyundai to speed up chip unit sale

Two Feuding Brothers Unite To Save A Hyundai Division

Fiat and GM consider Daewoo break-up

IMF sees Korea growth slowing

Daewoo's Demise Sends Bad Signals



Russian Arbitration Court Throws Out Lawsuit Against Tyumen Oil Regarding its Acquisition of Kondpetroleum



Airlines To Be Privatized By Mid-2001; CFC Dismisses Bankruptcy Fears



Italian Formula 1 Team Minardi Face Bankruptcy



Court Oks $25 Million Offer For Troubled Iridium Satellite System

Will Iridium Bankruptcy Buyout Be Deal Of the Century?


Florida Homestead Law Attracts Con Artists

C&S leading Grand Union competition

Analysts Doubtful That ICG Commun Can Remain Independent
(WSJ: paid subscription required)


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