KV Emerging From Bankruptcy As Makena Sales Pick Up Steam
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
KV clears major hurdle as court okays its chapter 11 reorganization plan, which provides for payment of $23.4 million owed under 2010 Department of Justice settlement and $231.4 million for senior notes; firm’s future remains tied to Makena.
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