Between Twa And A Hard PlaceSusan Chandler
CARL ICAHN'S TWA NIGHTMARE never ends. Now, with the St. Louis-based airline again flirting with bankruptcy, the financier stands to lose a bundle: There's a $190 million working capital loan he made the carrier. Plus, he's on the hook for hefty pension liabilities. Running low on cash, Trans World Airlines just suspended lease payments on its planes.
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