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(Revised from original 1998 version)
Infinity Carpets, Inc.
A turnaround expert must determine whether a firm in distress is worth more as a going concern than its liquidation value. If so, the finances of the firm must be restructured in a way consistent with the bargaining power of the holders of the various securities. The restructuring requires a delay in principal repayment, rate concessions, and a debt-for-equity swap.
Borrowing and Debt;
Apparel and Accessories Industry;
Moore, Ronald W., and Thomas R. Piper. "Infinity Carpets, Inc." Harvard Business School Case 299-014, December 1998. (Revised from original September 1998 version.)