Did you hear?... Bankruptcy voyeurism?

Here's a new wrinkle, at least to us, on bankruptcy voyeurism.
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Here's a new wrinkle, at least to us, on bankruptcy voyeurism. Woburn, Mass.-based BEAM (Bankruptcy Exchange & Auction Market) offers a subscription website that gives subscribers all they need to know selected Chapter 11 cases throughout the United States. Among its current offerings: the Malden Mills Chapter 11 filing. For $49.95, BEAM offers the following Malden case information: case overview, case dockets which are updated daily, key pleadings including motions, objections and applications, and schedules and statement of affairs. If interested, go to www.beamweb.com.

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