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Court Orders Disbandment of Delphi Retirees' Committee
BCSI reports on latest events arising in the chapter 11 cases commenced by Delphi Corp.
Other Delphi stories, including the $100 million initial public offering registered by the company with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the $1 billion in senior notes issued by Delphi Corp., and the more than $50 million in amounts the company paid to its top executives in 2010 are available in DELPHI BANKRUPTCY NEWS, Issue No. 207, published by Bankruptcy Creditors' Service, Inc.
The 27-page newsletter contains stories with these headlines:
 DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE FILES $100-MIL. INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING
 DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE PAID $51-MIL. TO 7 TOP EXECS IN 2010
 DELPHI CORPORATION ISSUED $1-BIL. IN SENIOR NOTES
 DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE BUYS BACK GM & PBGC STAKE FOR $4.39-BB
 DELPHI AND RETIREES STIPULATE TO INITIATE ACTION VS. PBGC
 COURT ORDERS DISBANDMENT OF RETIREES' COMMITTEE
 RETIREES COMM.'S MOTION TO DESIGNATE DSRA VEBA BENEFITS
 DEBTORS' 3RD OMNIBUS OBJECTION TO CLAIMS
 DEBTORS' 43RD OMNIBUS OBJECTION TO CLAIMS
 DEBTORS' 44TH OMNIBUS OBJECTION TO CLAIMS
 DEBTORS' 47TH OMNIBUS OBJECTION TO CLAIMS
 DELPHI OPENS WIRING HARNESS ASSEMBLY PLANT IN ROMANIA
 DELPHI BRINGS CONVERTIBLE PC DIAGNOSTIC TOOL TO ITALY
 DELPHI PROVIDES INFOTAINMENT TO DRIVERS THRU MYFI
 DELPHI OFFERS ENGINEERING EXPERTISE IN EXPO EUROPE
 DELPHI PRESENTED SIMULATION METHOD REPORT AT VTMS 2011
 S&P ASSIGNS 'BB' CORP. CREDIT RATING TO DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE
 DELPHI WORKS TO CLOSE SALE OF BAZETTA, OHIO PLANTS
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DELPHI BANKRUPTCY NEWS tracks the restructuring of Delphi Corp.
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