A judge on Monday cleared the way for Energy Future Holding Corp to begin seeking creditor approval for a plan to end its massive bankruptcy, but also warned Texas’s biggest power company that last-minute changes may endanger its Chapter 11 exit.
The company has spent 18 months hammering out deals with its complicated web of creditors to reduce its $42 billion of debt
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