September 6, 2000

Daily Bankruptcy News

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Frederick's overhauling image of its underwear Suit by ex-employee tries to break dot-com

Golf Communities of America, Inc. Chapter 11 Plan Of Reorganization Approved by U.S. Bankruptcy Court

Waste-to-energy partners file for Chapter 11 protection

Loveland furniture distributor Bell Furniture files bankruptcy

Movie Theater Industry:

Theater troubles cloud silver screen futures

United Artists Theatre Company Files Plan of Reorganization Under a "Prearranged" Chapter 11

LA Times - United Artists Theaters File for Chapter 11

United Artists Become Latest Movie Chain to File for Bankruptcy

Now Showing- Bankruptcy - United Artists Files Reorganization Plan

Denver Billionaire Emerges as Top Shareholder of United Artists Theater Chain

United Artists Theatre Files
For Bankruptcy Protection
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  Delaware Needs Extra Bankruptcy Judges

District Court Awards Millions to Bankruptcy Trustee in Fraud On Creditors Suit

Public Comment on Financial Privacy Extended

Stock of Bankrupt Heilig-Meyer Worth Next to Nothing

Crowley's latest effort reorganizes in Colorado

Lightdog Creditors Seek Chapter 7

Analysts say Medicare nursing home payments adequate


Cash-burning dot-coms sell at fire-sale prices 'Vulture capitalists' buy up cash-starved Internet companies

Dot-coms latest survival tactic is relocation

Ripple Effect: Kernersville, N.C.-Based Freight Company Able to Stay Solvent Despite Bankruptcy

Texas Officials Concerned about Privacy Violations by Internet Retailer


Aryan Nations facing bankruptcy depending on trial decision

Trash firm's bankruptcy hurts towns


New Bankruptcy Opinions
(No new opinions today)


Meditrust Completes an Additional $500 Million of Asset Sales


Iaxis Administrative Order Hammers Ciena Earnings



Bahamian investors sue Indonesian firms for bankruptcy



Long-term measures needed to tackle liquidity problem



Russian oil sector in turmoil as property rights questioned


Czech Republic:

Metall's employees want bankruptcy proceedings

Aero Holding puts bankruptcy off

Let's future in hands of creditor



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