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Topic - Robert Flexon
Utility company Dynegy Inc. said Wednesday that it reached an agreement with creditors that will allow the company to move forward with bankruptcy proceedings for one of its subsidiaries.
He said the company is now on track to put the Dynegy Holdings Chapter 11 case behind it during the third quarter.
Dynegy CEO Robert Flexon said the settlement could end legal disputes that might have dragged on for years.