NEW YORK —
In a statement on the company website, CEO Rayburn said there would be “severe limits” on the assistance the company could offer workers because of the bankruptcy. The liquidation hearing will go before a bankruptcy judge Monday afternoon; Rayburn said he’s confident the judge will approve the motion.
“There’s no other alternative,” Rayburn said.
AP Reporters Stephen Singer and Ashley Heher contributed to this report.
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