Bankruptcy & Restructuring News Headlines for Thursday Feb 11, 2021

Here's what we are reading this morning:

Equinox Clinches Debt Relief Pact With Lender HPS Partners - Bloomberg

Retailers Hold On to Stores in Hopes of Surge of Shoppers - Bloomberg

Under Armour reiterates plans to break ties with some retailers

WeWork closing Portland location at US Custom House - Portland Business Journal

Dylan’s Candy Bar Flagship Store Put Up for Lease After 20 Years - Bloomberg

Party City eyes $725M bond sale to buy it time | Retail Dive

PJT’s Coleman, Architect of Big Restructuring Deals, to Exit - Bloomberg

YPF Ad Hoc group creditors won't swap debt beyond 2021 bonds, says source | Reuters

Shipping Companies Look at Sailing Away From Choked Southern California Gateways - WSJ

Professor Adam Levitin: Is the NRA Board Shooting Itself in the Foot By Doing Nothing? - Credit Slips

Uber: Delivery orders were up 128 percent, while bookings for rides were down 47 percent from the fourth quarter of 2019 - The New York Times

Q&A: For Cooley's new bankruptcy chair Cullen Speckhart, her practice is personal | Reuters

Marriott Denied Bid to Move Wardman Hotel’s Bankruptcy to Washington

SEC Seeks Outside Monitor to Protect GPB Capital Investors

Heineken to cut 8,000 jobs as pandemic hits brewer | Financial Times

Fed Chair Says Policymakers Should Focus on Full Employment - The New York Times

Chicago’s Mercy Hospital Files for Bankruptcy Amid Plan to Shut

Seadrill Limited (SDRL): Filing of Chapter 11 Cases for Seadrill

Mercy Hospital files for bankruptcy - Chicago Sun-Times

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