The afternoon deal: Spare a dime?
From General Growth to Donald Trump, the Web is buzzing with news of companies trying to get into, out of, or just avoid bankruptcy.
Here is a selection from the past two days:
- Few think General Growth home lots worth $3 per share (Reuters)
- General Growth eyeing public market for exit: source (Reuters)
- Tribune given till March 31 to file bankruptcy plan (Reuters)
- Lehman led trading in bankruptcy claims in 2009 (Reuters)
- A month after bankruptcy, challenges still looming large for JAL (Kyodo News)
- Japan’s Willcom says files for bankruptcy (Reuters)
- Trucking failures to accelerate this year (Reuters)
- Trump, Icahn locked in battle for N.J. casinos (Reuters)
- Lawyers see bankruptcy, litigation boom coming (Nashville Business Journal)
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