The U.S. Trustee's office announced this week that they have major concerns about the viability of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan for Toys R Us (and subsidiary Geoffrey Holdings LLC) due to the fact that the current arrangement fails to adequately compensate vendors and other creditors. The bankruptcy watchdog office filed an official objection due to the so-called "death trap" provision currently written into the plan, which only allows creditors to collect from a $180 million fund if they agree to sign third-party releases.
New Mexico business owners may relate to a high-end furniture company's current financial situation, especially those who have known their shares of ups and downs where costs and profits are concerned. It's the mother company for several well-known furniture brands. Due to circumstances the company believes are likely to get worse instead of better, owners have decided to work through a Chapter 11 bankruptcy to obtain debt relief while, at the same time, keeping its doors open for business.
The Albuquerque Journal recently covered the bankruptcy filing of Zio's Italian Kitchen. Zio's announced that its Albuquerque restaurant will be closing in conjunction with its recent Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing, which occurred less than a month ago.
Although not a firm fixture and long-tenured business enterprise across the entire country, Hasting Entertainment Inc. is certainly a well-known commodity in many states, including in New Mexico, where its retail stores selling music, movies, video games and additional merchandise operate in many locales.