November 21, 2000

Daily Bankruptcy News

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Asbestos Workers Union Rep Appointed to Owens Corning Bankruptcy Committee

Mayflower Co-Operative Bank profit falls

Crown Cork jumps on reevaluation of asbestos claims


Metal Management and units file for bankruptcy

200-Store Clothier Hit or Miss Inc. Seeks Chapter 11 Protection

WHX Announces Third Quarter 2000 Financial Results

AMF: Bowling Alleys Strike Back at Declining Business

Movie Theater Industry:

Tennessee-Based Regal Cinemas May Close Some Theaters


Bankruptcy Judge Centralizes All Suits Against Bankrupt Mortgage Lender First Alliance


Bubble or Fraud?


President of Home Health Care Provider Arraigned in Federal Court

One Third Of N.H. Nursing Homes In Bankruptcy

Nursing home officials say lawmakers overlook their struggle


  Bankruptcy Reform:

What Americans Think About Bankruptcy Law

George Bush's Views On Bankruptcy Reform

Senators Cast Eyes on Finance Committee Openings



Financial Problems of Some Companies Shake Others Across the Dot-Com Landscape

Death Toll Mounts in Info Highway Wreck
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When Dot-Coms Are But a Vestige

A tech reality check

Merrill Predicts 80% of Dotcoms Will "Go To Zero"

As Web Firms Sink, Some Find Partners to Stay Afloat

Online Radio Hears Static


Bidders Line Up For Dec. 12 Wireless Spectrum Auction
(WSJ: paid subscription required)


Boeing Lends Credibility To Buyer Of Iridium

The End Is Near For Iridium's Shareholders
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New Bankruptcy Opinions
(2 new opinions today)


Korean Government To Inject Up To $8.8 Billion To Stabilize Market

Daewoo Union Urged To Accept Layoffs

Daewoo Bankruptcy Felt Among Car Parts Makers

Hyundai to fund parent company, speed spin-offs



Reno hotel files for bankruptcy, closes

Small Las Vegas hotel-casino in bankruptcy

Employees react to early Comstock closing


KPC Medical:

KPC Medical: Southern California clinic closures to impact 300,000 patients

KPC Medical to Shutter Clinics

KPC Medical Closure Latest In Turbulent Physician Practice Management (PPM) Industry


Medical Resources, Inc. Announces January 11, 2001 Confirmation Hearing Date


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