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Bankruptcy & Restructuring

Republic Squeeze Worse as Union Local Skips Vote

September 2, 2015

BY MARY SCHLANGENSTEIN, BLOOMBERG NEWS Republic Airways Holdings Inc. may be moving closer to a possible bankruptcy after national Teamster officials backed a local pilot union’s decision against voting on the carrier’s final contract offer. The Teamsters “will not take the extraordinary step of ordering an election over the unanimous

Sabine Creditors Want Investigation of Forest Merger

August 31, 2015

BY BILL ROCHELLE, BLOOMBERG NEWS The official creditors’ committee for Sabine Oil & Gas Corp. wants the bankruptcy court’s permission to investigate the December 2014 combination with Forest Oil Corp. Sabine is an independent oil and gas company focused on formations in Texas.   The creditor panel believes the transaction entailed fraudulent

Puerto Rico Should Be Eligible for Chapter 9, Avoid Unnecessary Defaults: Pierluisi

August 5, 2015

Pedro Pierluisi, Puerto Rico’s resident commissioner to the U.S. Congress, spoke with Bloomberg TV’s Betty Liu and Mark Crumpton on Aug. 4. His comments have been edited and condensed. Click here to see the full interview taken from the Bloomberg Brief Bankruptcy & Restructuring Newsletter. Click here to take a

Relativity Media Files Bankruptcy Seeking Sale

July 31, 2015

BY STEVEN CHURCH AND ANOUSHA SAKOUI, BLOOMBERG NEWS Ryan Kavanaugh’s Relativity Media LLC film studio filed for bankruptcy protection in New York with a plan to sell itself to lenders after failing to refinance debt and postponing several summer releases. Relativity sought creditor protection just weeks after getting an extension

A&P DIP Loan Among Largest 2015 Chapter 11 Financings

July 22, 2015

A&P’s debtor-in-possession financing is among the year’s largest such loans, according to data compiled by Bloomberg LP. The loan totals $100 million and it is all fresh capital from lenders. — Kurt Kester, Bloomberg Data Analyst This chart was taken from the Bloomberg Brief Bankruptcy & Restructuring Newsletter. Click here to

Patriot Coal Seeks Millions in Retention Bonuses

July 8, 2015

 BY SHERRI TOUB, BLOOMBERG NEWS Patriot Coal Corp. said it lost a significant portion of its workforce over the past several months, prompting a request to pay millions in incentive and retention bonuses to five key managers and 47 critical non-insider employees. A bankruptcy judge in Richmond, Virginia, will consider

Caribbean Resort Is Second-Largest Ch. 11 Filed to Date

July 2, 2015

Caribbean Resort Baha Mar Ltd., which listed debt of $2.7 billion, is the second-largest Chapter 11 when measured by debt owed that has filed so far this year. The developers of the resort this week received court approval to borrow as much as $30 million to help see the project through to completion

News of Greek Debt Woes Sends Measure of Volatility Up by 34 Percent

June 30, 2015

The VIX, a measure of volatility in U.S. stock markets, rose to 18.85 yesterday from 14.02 on June 26, a 34 percent gain, as financial markets worldwide absorbed news that Greece’s debt woes would worsen. The index was as high as 22.39 on Jan. 15. About $1.5 trillion was erased

Top Ten Business Chapter 11 Filings in 2015

June 26, 2015

Molycorp Inc., which filed for court protection in Delaware Thursday, listed $1.8 billion in debt against $2.5 billion in assets, making it one of the top Chapter 11 bankruptcies filed by a business so far this year. — Kurt Kester, Bloomberg Data Analyst This chart was taken from the Bloomberg Brief Bankruptcy

Molycorp Files for Bankruptcy Protection in Delaware

June 25, 2015

BY DAWN MCCARTY Molycorp Inc., the U.S. producer of rare earths used in electric cars and wind turbines, sought bankruptcy protection with a plan to restructure its debt. The Greenwood Village, Colorado-based company listed assets of $2.49 billion and liabilities of $1.79 billion in Chapter 11 documents filed Thursday in