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Creditors appeal Tribune bankruptcy plan approval

DOVER, Del. — Unhappy creditors are challenging a federal judge’s approval of Tribune Co.’s plan to emerge from bankruptcy, asking that it be put on hold until their appeals are heard. Separate appeals were filed late Monday by Aurelius Capital ...

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Robert Nusgart – European woes offer yet another chance to refinance

Thank you Greece. Thank you Spain. Thank you Portugal. Thank you for fueling the European debt debacle that continues to make the American bond market a haven for skittish investors looking for a “flight to safety” for their money. And ...

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Colleges’ bank deals saddle students with big fees

WASHINGTON — A public interest group says as many as 900 colleges are pushing students into using payment cards that carry hefty costs, sometimes even to access students’ financial aid money. The U.S. Public Interest Research Group Higher Education Fund ...

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Senate: Make it tougher to close post offices

WASHINGTON — A Senate bill aimed at saving the U.S. Postal Service would make it harder to close thousands of low-revenue post offices and end Saturday mail delivery, even though the struggling agency says those moves are just what’s needed ...

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