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A judge on Tuesday approved several of AMR's so-called first-day motions, including the right to pay its 88,000 employees and its vendors, and to keep day-to-day operations of the company going.
AMR Looks to Shed Jet Leases Joseph Checkler 2011
At the so-called first-day hearing yesterday, Borders was given interim approval for the loan.
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The presales report, which represented an increase of more than 67% over the first-day orders for the original iPhone 4 last year, signaled a flood of demand for a device that industry pundits and analysts had warned might not excite customers.
Apple iPhone 4S Preorders Top One Million in Single Day Ian Sherr 2011
After Sri Lanka's bizarre first-day capitulation for 197, barely two more innings were completed in the rest of the match as the surface got slower and less responsive.
'Bad' Pitches Make for Cracking Cricket Richard Lord 2011
Shares in New China Life, whose first-day performance also boosted demand for the firm's three larger peers, could post further gains in the afternoon session if the broader market rebounds, analysts said.
Zillow closed Wednesday at $32.28, up 61% from its IPO price but below its first-day close.
Caesars Surges in First Day of Trading Lynn Cowan 2012
Activision has said the first-day sales of the last two titles in the series were five million copies each.
Bullets Fly as Game Rivals Compete for Holiday Sales Stu Woo 2011
That isn't to say anyone is ruling out a good first-day performance by Groupon.
Some Look To Groupon As Measure Lynn Cowan 2011
Analysts at MKM Partners estimated that "Call of Duty's" first-day sales could exceed 6.5 million units for revenue of $420 million.
Options Traders Bullish on 'Call of Duty' Chris Dieterich 2011
Groupon shares are down 12% from their first-day's close, while Zynga fell below its IPO price within minutes.
Facebook's Goal: To Be a Blue Chip Shayndi Raice 2011