May 19, 1999 |
Imagyn Medical Technologies Inc. wants a judge to reject creditors' bids to liquidate the struggling medical-device maker, allowing the company instead to reorganize in bankruptcy court and pay off more than $160 million in bond debt. Imagyn executives filed papers Tuesday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, Del., to convert its creditors' bankruptcy petition to a Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization that would allow the company to come up with a plan to regain profitability.
January 26, 1999 |
Retailer J. Peterman is seeking Bankruptcy Court protection from its creditors. The catalog company, whose nostalgic, high-priced clothing and accessories have inspired imitation as well as satire on the sitcom "Seinfeld," said holiday sales were poor. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Lexington, Ky., where the retailer is based, is to consider motions in the filing today. The petition is under Chapter 11 of the U.S.
February 6, 1986 |
Osborne Computer, whose quicksilver success was more than matched by its breathtaking descent, has ceased operations and will be liquidated, its creditors said Wednesday. Osborne's official creditors' committee said it had asked the bankruptcy court to declare the Fremont, Calif., company in default of the terms of its Chapter 11 reorganization. A liquidation trustee, Jerome E. Robertson, was appointed Jan. 31 to oversee the sale of the company's inventory and assets.
March 19, 2013 |
American Airlines is defending a plan to pay its departing chief executive a severance payout of nearly $20 million after the airline completes a merger with US Airways. The parent company of American Airlines, AMR Corp., which filed for bankruptcy in 2011, recently submitted a request to a bankruptcy court to make the payment to its chief executive, Thomas Horton. After the merger is completed, Horton will be replaced by US Airways Chief Executive Doug Parker and will take the post of board chairman for the new airline.
July 23, 2012 |
The judge in Tribune Co.'s bankruptcy case confirmed a plan Monday to transfer ownership of the Chicago media company to a group of senior creditors led by Oaktree Capital Management, a Los Angeles investment fund. The judge's order , which was expected, will set in motion a process that will likely allow Tribune to emerge from bankruptcy later this year. And it will allow the Federal Communications Commission to move forward on the company's application to transfer its TV and radio broadcast licenses to the new owners - the last big hurdle in a case that has dragged on for 3½ years.
October 21, 2000
Troubled Premier Laser Systems Inc. said Friday that it has tentatively agreed to sell assets of its EyeSys Corneal Topography division to ProLaser Ltd. in Duesseldorf, Germany. ProLaser will acquire the intellectual property, customer base and inventory of the EyeSys division. ProLaser expects to close the deal Dec. 8.
June 1, 2006 |
A $280-million-a-year concession agreement between Delta Air Lines Inc. and its pilots was approved Wednesday by a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge. The decision rejected claims by the government's pension insurer that it should receive the compensation the pilots were promised if their pension is terminated. The decision came hours after pilots approved the deal. The agreement, which runs through 2009, will take effect today.