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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Eric Frank
A judge has approved the Philadelphia Orchestra's bankruptcy reorganization plan, ending more than a year of uncertainty about the renowned symphony's future.
A federal bankruptcy judge says he plans to approve a new collective bargaining agreement between the financially troubled Philadelphia Orchestra and its musicians union.
A federal bankruptcy judge has approved a new collective bargaining agreement between the financially troubled Philadelphia Orchestra and its musicians union.
U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Eric Frank says he hopes the plan approved Thursday allows the orchestra to "continue to perform for audiences for many years to come."
At a hearing Wednesday, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Eric Frank said he would approve the deal.