September 21, 2000

Daily Bankruptcy News

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Movie Theater Industry:

Chain Reaction: Responding to rising debt and smaller audiences, film exhibitors seek reorganization

Now playing, bankruptcy

Theater Chains File for Bankruptcy Protection

Why Bankruptcy Is Playing at Local Theaters

Theater Chain Considers Bankruptcy

Theater Chains File for Bankruptcy Protection, Endure Difficulties

General Cinema Stock Continues to Drop

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PageNet:

Metrocall Gains Big Bucks For PageNet Bid

Metrocall Jumps As War Chest for PageNet Bid Swells

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Integrated Health bankruptcy update- How separate are its subsidiaries?

Online grocery venture fails in San Diego

Laidlaw sees deals with banks, debt holders

American Pad & Paper Receives Court Approval for Sale of Two Divisions to an Affiliate of American Tissue Inc.

Century Industries to continue operating with oversight

Two Houston-Based Credit Counseling Agencies Announce Merger

 

 

  Bankruptcy Reform:

Republicans plan final push on U.S. bankruptcy bill

Lott Introduces "Clean" Bill

Link to new bill

US Dems Puzzled By Lott's Bankruptcy Bill Introduction

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Report: Lending Practices Slacken

ICG:

Malone, Hicks Take ICG Bath

ICG- Burn-rate blues depress CLECs

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Report says music, book industries to lose billions

CreditRisk-List

Teledesic, New ICO Lost $1B

Pro Air:

Northwest: No More Pro Air Tickets

UAW tops Pro Air's creditor list

Pro Air files for bankruptcy; Northwest stops accepting tickets

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EqualNet:

Equalnet Announces That It Will Not Be Able to File Its Annual Report When Due For Its Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2000

Equalnet Won't File Annual Report By Sept. 28

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Final DIP Loan Order Expected For Flooring America

 

New Bankruptcy Opinions
(4 new opinions today)

Canada:

Ceapro lender petitions court

Ceapro Inc. - Disputes Petition

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Japan:

Phoenix Resort seeking aid in restructuring

Japan's Mutsu-Ogawa Collapses With Y185.2 Bln Liabilities

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England:

Canary Wharf in profit for first time

At last: Canary Wharf breaks into profit as new tenants line up

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Mexico:

Mexican share offer faces snag

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Grenada:

Offshore Peril: Grenada's Bank on the Brink

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GAO Questions Contract Awards At PBGC

Florida: State probes owner of closed fitness gym

 

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