Energy Future Holdings could be stuck in bankruptcy court for an extended period.
The debt-ridden power giant is hiring or in the process of hiring 30 legal or financial advisory firms to help navigate the bankruptcy process, the Wall Street Journal reported. Some were approved on Monday.
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