A Japanese court has decided to send Elpida Memory’s bankruptcy reorganization plan to creditors for approval. Elpida announced the decision on its website Oct. 31.
Boise-based Micron Technology reached a $2.5 billion agreement with Elpida in July to buy the Japanese memory chip company’s equity with a cash payment of $750 million and $1.75 billion in ...
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It has become a maxim that there are too many lawyers and that there is ongoing softness in demand for legal services. (Parenthetically, I disagree; there is, in fact, a dislocation between the supply and the demand for specific legal services, which the organized bar has never been able to address successfully.) Assuming for the [...]
No one doubts the adage “time is money,” particularly in bringing construction projects on-line on time and on budget. Spend any time within spitting distance of a project and you’ll instantly feel the vibe; the crush of time pressures affects those involved in varying ways with multiple ripple effects. There's also pressure on contract negotiators [...]