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Who Benefits From Big Bankruptcies?

September 1, 2009
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Usually when we think of a bankruptcy filing, we think about who gets hurt. But there are some people who benefit from bankruptcies – and not just the lawyers. Here we look at potential beneficiaries of some of the larger bankruptcies of the last 18 months or so…
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