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ABI commission wants to allow small- and midsize business equity holders to keep their stakes

In the last installment of a six-part series, restructuring experts discuss suggestions for how shareholders ought to be treated in Chapter 11. Continue reading

Molycorp reaches restructuring deal with senior noteholders

The Greenwood Village, Colo., rare earths mining company hopes to implement a debt-for-equity swap while in Chapter 11. Continue reading

CTPartners' asset sale won't save it from bankruptcy

DHR International has agreed to non-binding terms to buy 17 offices from the C-suite recruitment firm, which still won't collect enough proceeds to meet its obligations. Continue reading

American Idol producer Core Entertainment misses loan payment

An analyst believes that the private equity-backed production studio may be trying to set up a capital structure that would allow it to operate within a different corporate structure. Continue reading

Chinese junk bonds: The red badge of investing courage

The withdrawal of implicit government guarantees heightens the risks for holders of securities that rank well down the creditor pecking order. But brave buyers still love the yields. Continue reading

How Tempur Sealy changed the insurgency game

The SEC's approval of H Partners' proxy card in its "just vote no" campaign against the company opens the door for other activists to get preliminary vote tallies. Continue reading

Noranda's stock tumbles after it hires Morgan Stanley for review

The aluminum producer, which was backed by Apollo Global Management until last month, is evaluating strategic alternatives as it deals with a heavy debt load. Continue reading

Caesars Entertainment hit with $6B lawsuit

UMB Bank alleges the gaming giant violated the terms of first-lien notes by removing its guarantee of the debt. Continue reading

Negotiating a solution for NECC and fungal meningitis victims

Paul Moore, the Chapter 11 trustee for the Boston pharmacy company, reflects on how the $200 million settlement came to be for those killed and infected during the historic outbreak. Continue reading

For Johnson Controls, a split creates opportunity and vulnerability

The move to shed its automotive unit provides the firepower necessary to build the remaining businesses. It also leaves the company small enough to be swallowed by a rival. Continue reading

Oil producer Afren misses payment on $360M note as debt restructuring nears

Afren expects to have defaulted on all three of its bonds by next month as creditors await shareholder approval for a restructuring that will wipe out their equity. Continue reading

Grove Estates collects confirmation

The real estate company is set to exit bankruptcy in the coming weeks. Continue reading

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