Bankruptcy & Restructuring News Headlines for Wednesday Oct 26, 2022

Here's what we are reading this morning:

Juul Discusses a Possible Bailout With Two of Its Biggest Investors - WSJ: Hyatt Hotels heir Nick Pritzker and California investor Riaz Valani are considering putting up money to cover the vaping company’s operations and near-term legal liabilities, according to people familiar with the matter.

Pension Fund Appetite for Commercial Real Estate Is Fading Fast - WSJ: Demand for property was strong in the first half, but rising borrowing rates are bad news for the interest-rate-sensitive sector.

Windstream Chapter 11 Plan Withstands Bondholder Appeal - WSJ: A federal appeals court upheld the chapter 11 restructuring of Windstream Holdings Inc., finding bondholder complaints about the debt-cutting plan moot because reversing it would mean unwinding transactions that have already taken place.

Home prices cooled at a record pace in August, S&P Case-Shiller says: Home prices are higher than they were a year ago, but gains are shrinking at the fastest pace on record.

FTX Is Raising Fresh Cash, in Part for Acquisitions - WSJ: Amid crypto rout, new deals could help boost retail users, FTX’s CEO says at Tech Live conference.

Memo: Webvan (Again) – 2PM: There is a limit to how much people will pay for convenience, and coupled with inflation raising prices on grocery, more will begin to consider what their time is worth versus their dollar.

The Fantasy of Instant Delivery Is Imploding - Bloomberg: Gopuff was supposed to crack Silicon Valley’s longtime obsession with one-hour delivery. Instead, the startup valued at $15 billion risks becoming the next flameout.

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