September 7, 2000

Daily Bankruptcy News

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Moody's "decidedly negative" on bank loan credits

Nursing Homes:

Nursing-home industry says cuts are hurting

Senate Discusses Nursing Home Bankruptcies

GAO Doubts Need For Higher Fees For Nursing Homes

Nursing Homes Plead For Cash

Senate panel withholds blame for nursing home failures

Nursing homes ask assistance

Nursing homes' call for aid met with skepticism

Bankruptcies Blamed On Nursing Homes


Movie Theater Industry:

UATC's Chapter 11 filing billed as a step forward

Variety- Latest Chapter 11- UA

Why Carmike Filed Bankruptcy? (Part 1)

Why Carmike Filed Bankruptcy? (Part 2)


Ex-Chairman Of Bankrupt Inacom "Looking For The Next Big Thing"

Black Diamonds:

League may acquire bankrupt team, then award it to developer, partner

Baseball team owner may lose bankruptcy protection


Troubled South Fulton Medical Center's top execs leave

Chapter 11 plan is approved for Orlando's Golf Communities of America


  Britney's Bankruptcy Fear


Loewen closes some offices as part of reorganization

Funeral home giant Loewen Group closes five offices, will move to Toronto


Bankruptcy Reform:

Bankruptcy Reform on GOP Agenda, But It's Not Near The Top Of The List

OCC Official: Still Hopeful For Derivatives Reform
(WSJ: paid subscription required)


Sands' Claridge challenge moot?


It's Curtains for Many Hollywood Dot.coms

Online Furniture Company Plans to Revive Web Site


Consumer Credit Improves As ABS Issues Approach

Loehmann's, Inc. Plan of Reorganization Confirmed


FCC Denies NextWave's Petition to Reconsider License Decision

Regulators deny challenge to valuable wireless auction

FCC Denies NextWave's Petition For Reconsideration
(WSJ: paid subscription required)


Former isle banker Sia first ordered freed, then held pending appeal



New Bankruptcy Opinions
(2 new opinions today)



Capital Requirements Would Put Pressure On Canadian Insurers in Segregated Funds



Japanese buyer of troubled London Dome worried by cash crisis

Troubled Dome gets more millions

Simply not enough Tuesdays for the newcomers

Mayhem Just Mayhem


Universal Music Asks Judge to Impose
Huge Damage Award in Case

MP3 Claims Judgment Will Force Bankruptcy
(WSJ: paid subscription required)


Bidding War to Own Albany, N.Y., Waterfront Restaurant

APBNews to be dissolved Asset Auction Set For Thursday


Numbers Are Down, But Pride Is Up At Bankrupt Kemper Military School

General Growth Looking To Buy Liberty Center



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