News Headlines for Mar 30, 2017

Toledano’s Brookhill files for Chapter 11 on EV buildings, and his $145M deal with Sutton is no longer happening

,Owner of $40M Irving Place Office Building Files for Chapter 11 | Commercial Observer

,In re General Wireless Operations Inc. (d/b/a RadioShack) (Bankr. D. Del. Case No. 17-10506): Final Store Closing Sale Order – Chapter 11 Cases

,Delaware Bankruptcy Court Opinion: In re Affirmative Insurance Holdings, Inc. (Case No. 15-12136 (CSS)) Entered March 29, 2017 – Chapter 11 Cases

,In re Westinghouse Electric Company LLC: First Day Declaration of Lisa J. Donahue (Chief Transition and Development Officer) – Chapter 11 Cases

,Private Equity Is Raising Its Bets to Save Distressed Positions – Bloomberg

,Atlantic City appears to be on the rebound, according to study | A.C. Impact | pressofatlanticcity.com

,Subprime Credit Cards Are On The Rise

,Westmoreland Coal Cut To CCC+ On “Unsustainable Capital Structure”

,Puerto Rico utility PREPA and creditors working on new debt deal | Reuters

,Amazon plans layoffs at Quidsi unit after losses | Reuters

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,In re SunEdison, Inc.: Disclosure Statement With Respect to the Joint Plan of SunEdison, Inc., et al., Pursuant to Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code – Chapter 11 Cases

,A Tale of Two Retailers: Which Stores Will Shutter or Survive? [Podcast]