Penn Central Failure and the Role of Financial Institutions; Staff Report, 92d Congress, First Session
The Penn Central Transportation Company declared bankruptcy on June 21, 1970. At the time, the financial collapse of Penn Central constituted the single largest bankruptcy in United States history. These staff reports of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Banking and Currency, held during the 91st Congress, 2nd Session, and the 92nd Congress, 1st Session, consist of five parts.
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United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking and Currency, ([year]), Penn Central Failure and the Role of Financial Institutions; Staff Report, 92d Congress, First Session, [issue title/date], accessed May 25, 2013 from FRASER, http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/publication/?pid=674
November 2, 1970
- Part I: Effects of Penn Central's diversification program on the railroad's cash position (1.4M)
- Part II: Case study of a Penn Central subsidiary: Executive Jet Aviation (12.2M)
- Part III: Penphil: The misuse of corporate power (8.1M)
- Part IV: Penn Central loses four million dollars: A story of international intrigue (2.3M)
- Part V: Trading in Penn Central stock: Financial institutions and privileged information (2.1M)