Broncos RB Jordan sued by Las Vegas casino over $20,000 gambling debt from June 2008

Vegas casino sues Broncos’ Jordan over $20K debt

LAS VEGAS — A Las Vegas Strip casino has sued Denver Broncos running back LaMont Jordan over $20,000 in gambling debts plus interest.

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Judge approves deals for Jackson estate to create merchandising including calendars, coin

Judge approves Jackson collectors’ items

LOS ANGELES — The King of Pop is coming to calendars and collectors’ coin cases after a judge approved several deals involving the singer’s estate on Friday.

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Michael Jackson as a digital tattoo? Proposed deals could bring explosion of MJ merchandise

Deals could bring more Jackson products

LOS ANGELES — Michael Jackson products could start appearing on store shelves, cell phones, even in X-Box add-ons if a judge signs off on a merchandising deal.

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Court filings seek permission for Michael Jackson’s last rehearsals to become feature film

Court filings detail Michael Jackson film

LOS ANGELES — Coming soon to a theater near you (if a judge agrees): a full-length motion picture filled with footage of Michael Jackson’s last rehearsals.

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Phoenix Coyotes owner Moyes challenges Reinsdorf’s bid for team

Moyes challenges Reinsdorf’s bid for Coyotes

PHOENIX — Phoenix Coyotes owner Jerry Moyes has challenged Jerry Reinsdorf’s bid to buy the financially troubled hockey team.

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Auto parts supplier Delphi gets judge’s OK to give lenders control, nears exit from bankruptcy

Bankruptcy judge approves lender’s bid for Delphi

NEW YORK — A bankruptcy judge on Thursday approved Delphi Corp.’s plan to hand control of the big auto parts supplier to its lenders and soon end a nearly four-year stay under Chapter 11 protection.

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Judge OKs Delphi plan to hand company to lenders putting it closer to exit from Chapter 11

Judge approves Delphi lender bid

NEW YORK — A bankruptcy judge says Delphi can go forward with its plan to hand control of the company to its lenders and eventually end its nearly four-year stay in Chapter 11.

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Delphi hearing to approve lenders’ credit bid, end 4-year Ch. 11 process to continue Thursday

Delphi judge indicates plan to approve lender bid

NEW YORK — The judge overseeing Delphi Corp.’s bankruptcy case indicated Wednesday that he will approve the auto supplier’s plan to hand control of the company to its lenders and eventually end its nearly four-year stay in Chapter 11.

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Official: Jackson doctor more than $100,000 behind on mortgage, could face foreclosure

Official: Jackson doctor could face foreclosure

LAS VEGAS — Michael Jackson’s personal physician is more than $100,000 behind on his mortgage payments and could face foreclosure on the country club home authorities searched in their manslaughter investigation into the singer’s death, records show.

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Delphi asks judge to approve lenders’ credit bid, end 4-year Ch. 11 process

Delphi asking court for bid approval

NEW YORK — A hearing on Delphi Corp.’s plan to hand control of the company to its lenders and eventually end its nearly four-year stay in Chapter 11 got under way Wednesday with arguments from attorneys representing the auto supplier and some of those objecting to the plan.

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