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ConMed proxy contest e-mails reveal bitter fight

An unusual release of feints between company and activist show positioning before board vote. Continue reading

Another activist jumps on board USA Truck

ADW Capital Partners criticizes 'ho-hum' corporate culture, agitates for sale. Continue reading

Broken levy: How U.S. tax law encourages inversions

As companies seek better treatment by relocating overseas, pressure builds to reform a system rooted in the imperial era. As one critic points out, "doing nothing borders on the irresponsible." Continue reading

Foxwoods operator in talks with lenders

The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation likely is headed for another restructuring 13 months after the casino owner sealed an out-of-court deal. Continue reading

Toys 'R' Us bondholders form group to seek covenant relief

A bid to enhance its turnaround efforts may include using its real estate to obtain better debt terms. Continue reading

Interest payment looms for Hard Rock's owner

BREF HR has a Monday deadline to make a $48.6 million PIK payment under a forbearance pact. Continue reading

BHP Billiton to spin out non-core assets

The Anglo-Australian mining company has announced plans to spin off unwanted aluminum and coal assets in a move that is expected to create a new business worth up to $17 billion Continue reading

American Media's financial story needs a new rewrite

The National Enquirer's publisher embarks on yet another restructuring. Will this one sell papers? Or, given AMI's new digital strategy, will it sell clicks? The company's balance sheet may be better shape, but industry trends are still working against it. Continue reading

Scotland's last commercial shipbuilder goes under

Ferguson Shipbuilders disappears from the banks of the Clyde after 112 years, in a heavy blow for the economic prospects of the region. Continue reading

BHP Billiton 'prefers' demerger option

The Anglo-Australian miner hints a decision is close on whether to spin off its non-core assets into a separate company and concentrate on four or five core "pillars," including iron ore and petroleum. Continue reading

Radio Disney to go digital

Music stations for children are to be sold off. Continue reading

Junior creditors to investigate Energy Future

The group of second-lien noteholders has asserted the original restructuring plan for the electricity producer would have shortchanged them. Continue reading

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