How many bankruptcies come with a public thank you to the people who caused the wreck?
It’s another twist in the strange trip of Energy Future Holdings, the power giant that finally filed for Chapter 11 on Tuesday. CEO John Young told a gathering of about 800 employees in Dallas that it was a very, very, very good day.
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