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Indie cinema is moving onto your phone with the new 28-part serial thriller "Shield 5," coming soon (in bite-sized chunks) to an Instagram feed near you.
Despite reluctance from three major carriers, creditors have agreed to extend Pantech's deadline for debt repayment by two years, keeping the South Korean company alive for the time being.
Group says it will seek the removal of CEO Mel Karmazin if the company chooses bankruptcy over a deal with an investor that would allow it to remain solvent.
The bankruptcy of XY.com's founder, who says creditors could obtain a million profiles largely of gay teens, has led the FTC to intervene.
SCO is being eaten alive. Finally.
A California couple that lost more than $100,000 by gambling online sues a host of credit card companies and banks, claiming the businesses shouldn't have processed their wagers.
XO Communications said Tuesday that its lenders have given it more time on its loans as the carrier continues to seek stable footing. The company said its creditors agreed to not seek payment for loans as long as "satisfactory progress" is being made in its efforts to restructure its balance sheet and search for buyers. The Reston, Va.-based company has received offers from two groups of potential buyers during the past few months. XO said it is making progress in negotiations with an investment group led by financier Carl Icahn that offered to purchase a 50 percent equity stake in the carrier for $500 million. The carrier also added that it still intended to adhere to an agreement with investment firm Forstmann Little and Telefonos de Mexico, a major Mexican telecommunications carrier. XO's board approved a deal last November that would give the two a combined 80 percent stake in XO in exchange for an $800 million investment.
The telecom carrier "strongly disagrees" with a claim that it may be in default of its loan obligations, but the company says it is working on a plan to restructure its balance sheet.
Wireless messaging service provider Arch Wireless wants to use a round of stock and bond offerings to pay off 35,000 creditors, according to a new bankruptcy court filing. Arch Wireless filed for bankruptcy protection in December. It is one of at least eight companies offering wireless Internet connection that have filed for bankruptcy, ended services, sold off property, or needed to find extra funds to survive within the past 13 months.
Bondholders and creditors may try to scuttle a $307 million offer from AT&T to buy the assets of the bankrupt cable Internet access company.