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Walter Energy, Inc. Common Stoc (WLT)


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  • Don't Count on Coal Bankruptcies to Reduce America's Supply Glut
    Bloomberg10 months ago

    Don't Count on Coal Bankruptcies to Reduce America's Supply Glut

    Not even bankruptcy is stemming the U.S. coal glut.

  • 24/7 Wall St.10 months ago

    Coal Asset Auctions Coming This Week

    Bankrupt coal miners Alpha Natural Resources Inc. (NYSE: ANR) and Walter Energy Inc. (NYSE: WLT) are both scheduled to hold auctions in the coming week as they try to raise capital by selling assets. If ...

  • Reuters11 months ago

    Bankrupt Walter Energy gets nod from judge to end labor pacts

    A federal judge granted approval for coal producer Walter Energy Inc to reject its labor agreements and end retiree benefits, which the bankrupt U.S. company said was needed in order to sell off its operations, given the industry's dire straits. U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Tamara Mitchell said in a 57-page opinion published on Monday that Walter's situation would go from bad to worse if it had to maintain its collective bargaining agreements and retiree benefits. "The court finds credible that no potential buyers have an interest in assuming such obligations, let alone assuming such obligations and investing such new capital," said Mitchell of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Alabama.