Bankruptcy & Restructuring News Headlines for Tuesday Mar 2, 2021

Here's what we are reading this morning:

Press Release: Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, Inc. Files for Chapter 11 Financial Restructuring

Mall Values Plunge 60% After Reappraisals Triggered by Bad Debt - Bloomberg

Texas Blackout Bills Plunge Power Supplier Brazos Into Bankruptcy - WSJ

ANALYSIS: Reasonableness Requirements in M&A Covid-19 Provisions

Subchapter V Alert–Congress Begins Legislative Action to Extend $7.5 Million Debt Ceiling, Which Remains Set to Expire on March 27, 2021, if Not Passed and Enacted | Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

The Big Question: Can we go back to our offices? - Bloomberg

Delaware's chief bankruptcy judge wants to stay out of your business | Reuters

Offices Can Glimpse Their Future at the Mall - WSJ

TSA Checkpoint Travel Numbers: 2019-Present | ABI

Virus Did Not Bring Financial Rout That Many States Feared - The New York Times

Brazos Becomes Rare ‘Failing Angel’ After Texas Storm Bankruptcy - Bloomberg

How the Pandemic Stalled Peak TV - The New York Times

Streaming Business MobiTV Files for Bankruptcy With T-Mobile Financing Lined Up

Bay Area's migration is real, but Postal Service data shows California exodus isn't

Best Buy braces for rivals to slash prices as pandemic-fueled demand fades

Macy’s Operating Chief Harper to depart, the post will remain vacant amid other leadership changes

Payless Lifts the Curtain on Its US Comeback

CRE lenders’ growing fear: Office workers won’t come back | American Banker

Current Reports (Form 8-K) Filed With the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) Regarding Bankruptcy or Receivership (Item 1.03) for the Week Ended Monday Mar 1, 2021

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