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Fastest with the mostest

2 Jul 2019 By Robert Cyran

The California utility is, for now, in charge of its exit from Chapter 11, where it landed with $30 bln of wildfire liabilities. But the less new capital it seeks, and the more it ties future cash flow to past costs, the more credible a rival plan from creditors will become.

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