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Bankruptcy Thursday

April 21, 2005

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TW, Comcast Win Adelphia

Bankruptcy: Time Warner and Comcast will jointly pay Adelphia stakeholders $12.7 million in cash plus a 16 percent stake in a merged cable business. (Read More…)

Pernod, Fortune Get Allied Domecq

Deals: The deal would make Pernod Ricard the second-largest spirits company in the world. (Read More…)

Airline Consolidation Wave Unlikely

Distressed: A union of US Airways and America West would probably increase competition in the beleaguered industry. (Read More…)

NYSE to Merge with Archipelago

The Markets: The move will remake the 213-year-old exchange as a for-profit, publicly traded enterprise. (Read More…)

Providence to Acquire Survey Sampling

Private Equity: Sources say the PE firm will pay more than $300 million in a secondary buyout from Boston Ventures Management and Prairie Capital. (Read More…)

Perelman Allegedly Warned

Regulatory: The financier, who alleges that Morgan Stanley aided Sunbeam’s financial fraud, insists he had every right to rely on the investment bank’s information. (Read More…)

Symantec Shares Plunge

Deals: Symantec Corp. CEO John Thompson and investors have vastly differing views of the security software maker’s purchase of Veritas Software Corp. (Read More…)

Newbridge Makes Unorthodox Move

Private Equity: In a South Korean buyout of a different sort, it donates $20 million to two business organizations. (Read More…)


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