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  • GM's Henderson Takes Wheel from Wagoner

    At the behest of the White House, another company seeking government bailout money calls on a former CFO to lead — and restructure — its business. For the time being, Nardelli will stay at Chrysler. March 30, 2009

  • Burning Down the House

    Why credit-default swaps make restructuring harder to pull off. March 12, 2009

  • A Bad DIP? Chesapeake Creditors Sue

    Bankrupt paperboard company's unsecured creditors tell the court that the debtor-in-possession motion and bid procedures were stacked against them. March 3, 2009

  • Sweating over Equity

    Paying off debt by giving lenders a piece of the company may be a last resort, but it can provide a glimmer of hope for a restructuring. March 1, 2009

  • More Firms Put Workers in the Crosshairs

    Layoff plans announced range from Goodyear to Walt Disney to Avon as U.S. jobless numbers skyrocket. February 20, 2009

  • Spreads Narrow as Companies Raise $7B in New Capital

    Cisco leads the pack with two bond offerings totaling $4 billion. February 10, 2009

  • Ready for the Worst

    If your company hits a wall, do you have what it takes to make the best of a bad situation? February 2, 2009

  • Swapping Multiple Properties Can Nix Tax Play

    Many companies rely on the 1031 rule to avoid triggering taxable gains until there is a sale. But a new private letter ruling from the IRS may make it virtually impossible to hold on to the full tax benefit when exchanging multiple properties. January 12, 2009

  • No End to the Nightmare

    Detroit has been given a brief reprieve, but the threat of bankruptcy still looms. December 31, 2008

  • A Splash in the Tank

    George Bush bails out America's carmakers temporarily—now they are Barack Obama's problem. December 22, 2008

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