For firms desperate to restructure, intellectual property is in an asset class of its own
After leading their firms to bankruptcy, one-third of CEOs remain as corporate captains with their compensation intact
It may be bad optics, but the likelihood of a firm's emergence from bankruptcy is greater when key employees are paid incentive bonuses
Failed companies have a better chance of recovering from bankruptcy if hedge funds are in the driver's seat
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