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Bain-Owned Firm Files for Chapter 11

Contec Holdings Ltd., the cable-box repair company owned by Bain Capital Partners, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Wednesday with a plan in hand to restructure some $360 million in debt.

Senh: This sounds familiar. Bain buys a company, saddle it with debt, force it to go into bankruptcy, and then leaves with millions for their "management services."


Philadelphia Newspapers Hope For Debt-Free Bankruptcy

Two large Philadelphia daily newspapers hope to emerge from bankruptcy debt-free by paying creditors $37 million in cash plus real estate to settle nearly $400 million in debt.

Philadelphia Newspapers filed its reorganization plan Thursday, six months after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The plan gives creditors the iconic downtown building that houses The Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News.


Chrysler Hearings Begin in Bankruptcy Court

The fate of Chrysler shifted from Washington to a Manhattan courtroom on Friday, as lawyers for the automaker sought a settlement with creditors.


Treasury Sweetens Offer to Chrysler Debt Holders

The Treasury Department has sweetened its offer to holders of Chrysler’s secured debt in a last-minute attempt to keep the iconic American automaker out of bankruptcy court, according to people briefed on the matter.


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