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The White House produced about 300 pages of documents Feb. 3, but told the committee it was withholding some documents because of “longstanding Executive Branch institutional interests,” according to the committee.

Meanwhile, recent bankruptcy filings are shedding new light on the company’s frantic last days.

The Washington Times reported Thursday that the company sold off tens of millions of dollars in inventory and accounts receivable last summer to corporate entities backed by its major investors. The sales happened in the weeks before the company went bankrupt.

Steve Mitchell, an executive at Argonaut, said investors did not profit from the accounts receivable and inventory sales, calling it an attempt to give the company more time to turn the corner.