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  • The Spectacular Rise and Fall of MoviePass

    MoviePass majority shareholder Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc was on top of the world last October, its share price shooting up to $32.90 from $2.50 in less than a month. The company had just amassed a large stake in the MoviePass service, which, under the Helios umbrella, was rapidly adding new members and winning praise from investors who saw the service as the next big thing in film viewing.

  • Pro Bankruptcy Distress News | Wall Street Journal
  • Pro Bankruptcy Distress News | Wall Street Journal
  • Pro Bankruptcy Distress News | Wall Street Journal
  • Pro Bankruptcy Distress News | Wall Street Journal
  • Pro Bankruptcy Distress News | Wall Street Journal
  • Weinstein Co. Bankruptcy Likely to Shortchange Alleged Victims

    With a deal that could have saved The Weinstein Co. from bankruptcy off the table, the question of what the movie studio’s collapse will mean to alleged victims of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual misconduct has once again jumped to the fore.

    Pro Bankruptcy Distress News | Wall Street Journal
  • iHeart Skips Interest Payment to Bondholders

    iHeartCommunications, the largest radio network in the U.S., skipped a $106 million interest payment due to bondholders, kicking off a 30-day grace period during which the company and its creditors will try to negotiate a debt-restructuring deal.

    Pro Bankruptcy Distress News | Wall Street Journal
  • Pro Bankruptcy Distress News | Wall Street Journal
  • Pro Bankruptcy Distress News | Wall Street Journal
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