News Headlines for Mar 24, 2017

What Investors Missed in the Sears ‘Going Concern’ Warning – MoneyBeat – WSJ

,Canada’s Lexin oil firm in receivership after licenses suspended | Reuters

,MF Global, PricewaterhouseCoopers Settle Malpractice Lawsuit – WSJ

,‘Friend’ Turns on Puerto Rico Bondholders – Bloomberg Gadfly

,Blackstone Seeks $6.5 Billion to Toss Lifelines to Distressed Companies – WSJ

,With Sears’ future in doubt, vendors begin pulling back | Reuters

,Sears’ $900M sale of Craftsman to Stanley Black & Decker ‘voidable’?

,Protecting Committee Members – Ninth Circuit Expands Protections Afforded to Individual Committee Members | eSQUIRE Global Crossings

,Supreme Court Completely Endorses Critical Vendor Theory! Well, Not Completely. But Almost! – Bryan Cave

,Federal Prosecutor Subpoenas Records From Cocoa Trader Transmar – WSJ

,Secondary Market Transaction Results in U.S. Court Jurisdiction Over Foreign Lender | Cole Schotz – JDSupra

,Structured Dismissals Survive Supreme Court Scrutiny, Strict Adherence to Absolute Priority Rule Specified – Weil Bankruptcy Blog

,Theranos Offers Shares for Promise Not to Sue – WSJ

,Billionaire Investor Raises Stake in Tronc, and Feud With Its Chairman – The New York Times