October 30, 2000

Daily Bankruptcy News

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Movie Theater Industry:

AMC sees boost in stock

Captive audience: Moviegoers face concession price hikes

AMC tells analysts why it's better than struggling competitors

Screen overload worries theaters

The shows go on for Century, National Amusements Theaters avoid fate of other chains

Theaters in Chapter 11



Armstrong Shares Fall to New Lows


As U.S. Economy Slows, Bankruptcy Watch Starts

Court rules Brennan's trust fund is protected

Competing plans for KCS Energy bankruptcy

ICG: Desperately Trying To Avoid Bankruptcy

Nursing homes pressed for funds, but plenty of money for lobbying

Telecoms Are Hurting and Their Suppliers Feel the Pain

Anna Nicole:

Anna Nicole's Deep Pockets


Supply and demand: Laser eye surgery wars heat up, more bankruptcies coming?

Diesel fuel costs driving truckers out of business

Abusive Relationships: Corporate bondholders seem oblivious to their maltreatment by executives whose biggest concern is stock options

Yale Co-op, Country's Second-Oldest College Bookstore, Shuts Its Doors After Bankruptcy

  Bankruptcy Reform:

Senate to proceed on bankruptcy

Bankruptcy Bill Sponsor Receives Low Marks From Consumer Federation of America

106th Congress- Late, But Unlikely Lamented

US Dems Block GOP Effort To Speed Tax Bill Through Senate
(WSJ: paid subscription required)



Old Cos. Adjust to New Economy

Down and Out in Webville

Outlaws rule the wild web

New Web mantra -- nothing succeeds like failure

Could More.com Sell Data, As Toysmart Tried?

What Might the SEC Be Probing at Amazon? Did Amazon Leave Something Out About Its Dotcom Partners?
(WSJ: Paid subscription required)


McLane Wins Bid for AmeriServe Assets

Chicago: Owner Of Gold Coast Boutique Admits Hiding Assets In Bankruptcy Case


Paging Network gets judge's OK

Paging Network gains 19.44% on news of reorganization


Harnischfeger files reorganization plan for emerging from bankruptcy


Bankrupt Iridium set to be saved

Baltimore Firm makes Bid For Iridium


Ala Moana owner tries again to buy Liberty House




New Bankruptcy Opinions
(No new opinions today)


Sogo seeks 95% debt forgiveness

Japan Securities Journal files for bankruptcy



New Daewoo chief to implement survival cost-cutting



Andy Cole's agent in debts scandal

Guinness heir made bankrupt



Couple on the run led life of luxury



Singapore Opposition Leader To Go To Bankruptcy Court, May Lose Seat In Parliament


Czech Republic:

Bekaert sees little impact from bankruptcy of Czech joint venture partner


VDC Communications says cash poor, seeks alternatives, including bankruptcy

Hawaii: General Growth Properties Announces Agreement on Joint Proposal to Purchase Liberty House

Synthonics Technologies Inc. Files Voluntary Chapter 11 Petition to Implement Financial Restructuring Plan


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