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Nortel - ab jetzt nur noch bergauf? - Die letzten 30 Beiträge

eröffnet am 20.12.06 14:14:21 von
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neuester Beitrag 15.01.14 14:31:34 von
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Expertchen007
schrieb am 15.01.14 14:31:34
Beitrag Nr. 11.219 (46.232.715)
nie und nimmer kommt da mal was raus...dagegen stehen ja Milliarden Verbindlichkeiten....bis da mal Aktionäe was bekommen würden....schätz mal Gläubigerstelle 6000 oder mehr...vorher werden erst mal alle anderen bedient...Quote...na ja schätz 5 % von den Verbindlichkeiten
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invest-2011
schrieb am 14.01.14 18:02:29
Beitrag Nr. 11.218 (46.226.605)
"Nortel-Patente" sollen wieder auf den Markt kommen."

Da scheint NICHTS dran zu sein, s. Kurs.
Denn einige würden immer was wissen und den Kurs vorher (!) entsprechend hochziehen ...
:rolleyes:
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langhaariger
schrieb am 24.12.13 12:18:57
Beitrag Nr. 11.217 (46.109.311)

Nortel-Patente sollen wieder auf den Markt kommen


24.12.2013 11:42 Uhr von Martin Schindler 0



Das so genannte Rockstar-Konsortium will sich Berichten zufolge von einigen Patenten aus dem Nachlass von Nortel trennen. Hinter verschlossenen Türen finden derzeit angeblich Verhandlungen mit potentiellen Käufern statt.

Software-PatenteEinige Patente, die das Rockstar-Konsortium von dem bankrotten Nortel übernommen hatte, scheinen derzeit zum Verkauf zu stehen, wie die Nachrichtenagentur Bloomberg berichtet. Demnach sollen derzeit Verhandlungen mit möglichen Käufern statt finden.

Neben Apple und Microsoft gehören auch Blackberry, Ericsson und Sony diesem Konsortium an. In einem Wettbieten um die rund 6000 Patente des ehemaligen Telekommunikationsausrüsters Nortel hatten sie 2011 unter anderem Google ausgestochen. Der Kaufpreis betrug letztlich 4,5 Milliarden Dollar.

Die Sammlung deckt Funktechniken allgemein, Mobilfunk einschließlich LTE, Datennetzwerke, Glasfaser, Sprachübertragung, diverse Internettechniken und auch Halbleiter ab. Im November 2012 soll Apple schon 1024 der Schutzrechte übernommen haben, um sie aktiv für Klagen einzusetzen. Über das Konsortium hatte es wie die anderen Mitglieder nur passiven Zugriff auf die Patente.

Bloomberg meldet hingegen, dass Rockstar im Juli eine Reihe Patente an den Patentverwerter Spherix Inc verkauft habe. Spherix habe eine Million Dollar in Aktien und eine nicht genannte Summe in bar gezahlt. Außerdem erhalte das Konsortium einen Anteil an allen künftigen Lizenzabschlüssen.

Im November 2013 war es dann jedenfalls das Konsortium als solches – und nicht ein einzelnes Unternehmen -, das Klage gegen Google und Android-Partner wie Samsung, Huawei, HTC, LG und ZTE erhob. Google verletzt demnach sieben Schutzrechte, die Technologien beschreiben, um Begriffe für eine Internetsuche mit Werbung zu verbinden. Die Klage unterstellt dem Internetkonzern Vorsatz.

Ein Käufer könnte versuchen, die Nortel-Patente durch Lizenzierung zu einer laufenden Einnahmequelle zu machen, was dem Rockstar-Konsortium bisher nicht gelungen zu sein scheint. Er könnte sich durch den Zukauf von Schutzrechten aber auch vor möglichen Angriffen schützen oder seine Position in laufenden Auseinandersetzungen zu stärken. So hatte Google, nachdem es bei der Nortel-Auktion leer ausgegangen war, im Februar 2012 Motorola Mobility und dessen Patentportfolio für 12,5 Milliarden Dollar übernommen

http://www.silicon.de/41593368/nortel-patente-sollen-auf-markt-kommen/

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Nicklaussohn
schrieb am 24.12.13 08:22:07
Beitrag Nr. 11.216 (46.108.473)
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Die Aufteilung des Nortel Vermögens ist nicht das eigentliche Problem, schrieben die Anwälte für Wilmington Trust, in ihrer Rolle als Treuhänderin für die kanadischen Anleihen. "Vielmehr ist die entscheidende Frage, wie viel können ungesicherte Gläubiger erhalten."

Read more: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/nortel-canada-bondholders-seek-to-put-lid-on-us-bond-interest-20131029-01223#ixzz2oHM7Ywu8

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Das überschüssige Geld würde an kanadische Rentner, ehemalige Mitarbeiter und Warenkreditgebern sowie Investoren der Nortel Kanada Anleihen gehen - liest man in den Gerichtsakten. :confused: Erst dann kommen die Nortel-Aktionäre - unter der Voraussaetzung das noch etwas da ist - zum Zuge. http://img.wallstreet-online.de/smilies/keks.gif



Read more: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/nortel-canada-bondholders-seek-to-put-lid-on-us-bond-interest-20131029-01223#ixzz2oHLVSljN

ICH WÜNSCHE EUCH :kiss: FROHE WEIHNACHTEN & EIN GUTES NEUES JAHR :cool:

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Nicklaussohn
schrieb am 24.12.13 06:59:04
Beitrag Nr. 11.215 (46.108.379)
NORTEL hat noch die meisten seiner 17 Millionen IP-Adressen im Besitz MS hatte 2011 665 000 IP-Adressen für 7,5 Mil. $ bzw. für 11,25$ proIP-Adresse erworben. http://img.wallstreet-online.de/smilies/keks.gif

Am 4. April 2012 hat der kanadische Gericht einen weiteren Kaufvertrag, die NNL und NNTC war in Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Limited Partnership (Bell-Aliant) für den Verkauf von Rechten in einem bestimmten kleinen Zahl unserer IP-Adressen, die verkaufen eingetragen geschlossen am 5. April 2012. Am 7. Mai 2012 hat der kanadische Gericht einen weiteren Kaufvertrag zwischen uns und Vodafone Americas Inc. für den Verkauf der Rechte von bestimmten IP-Adressen unserer, der Verkauf am 15. Mai 2012 geschlossen. Alle Erlöse aus diesen Verkäufen wurden in einem einzigen Zweck: Bankkonto NNL hinterlegt worden und haben in langfristigen beschränkte Zahlungs aufgenommen. Ähnlich wie bei den oben beschriebenen früheren Verkäufen, die finanziellen und sonstigen Bedingungen der beiden Kaufverträge, einschließlich der Kaufpreis und die IP-Adressen in den Verkauf einbezogen, wurden im Auftrag des kanadischen Gericht aus den oben genannten Gründen verschlossen. Wir werden weiterhin Käufer für den Rest unserer IP-Adressen zu suchen. :cool:




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of about 17 million Internet Protocol version 4 addresses (“IP Addresses”) and IT hardware assets including 700 servers. Working together with the Canadian Monitor, Nortel’s goal is to maximize the value of these residual IT assets in a timely manner. Any definitive sale agreement will require approval of the Canadian Court.

Other Sales

1. The Asset Sale Agreement entered into among NNL, Nortel Networks Technology Corporation and 7522312 Canada Inc., as of June 17, 2010, as may have been amended from time to time until such transaction closed on June 30, 2010 (the “ Relay Sale Agreement ”)

2. The Share Purchase Agreement entered into between NNL and Telefonaktiebolaget L M Ericsson (publ), as of April 21, 2010, as may have been amended from time to time until such transaction closed on June 29, 2010 (the “ LG-Nortel Sale Agreement ”)

3. The Asset Sale Agreement entered into among NNL, Nortel Networks Technology Corporation and CSC Holdings, LLC, dated November 23, 2011 (the “ IP Address Cablevision Sale Agreement ”)

4. The Asset Sale Agreement entered into among NNL, Nortel Networks Technology Corporation and Salesforce.com, Inc., dated December 1, 2011 (the “ IP Address Salesforce Sale Agreement ”)

5. The Asset Sale Agreement entered into between NNI and Microsoft Cororation, as of March 16, 2011, as may have been amended from time to time until such transaction closed on May 11, 2011 (the “ US IP Address Sale Agreement ”)

6. The Asset Sale Agreement entered into among Guangdong Nortel Telecommunications Equipment Company Ltd. (“ GDNT ”) and Ericsson (China) Communications Company Ltd., as of December 1, 2010, as may have been amended from time to time until such transaction closed on May 12, 2011 (the “ GDNT Sale Agreement ”) 1

7. The Asset Sale Agreement entered into among NNL, Nortel Networks Technology Corporation and Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Limited Partnership dated January 30, 2012

8. The Asset Sale Agreement entered into among NNL, Nortel Networks Technology Corporation and Vodafone Americas Inc. dated February 9, 2012, as amended
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Nicklaussohn
schrieb am 23.12.13 23:12:31
Beitrag Nr. 11.214 (46.108.029)
Day's Range:
HEUTE RELATIV HOHE UMSÄTZE IN DEUTSCHLAND 1.105.048 0,005 - 0,007 €
HÖHER ALS IN USA 412.704 0.007 - 0.009 $

Letzte 11 Umsätze
Kurs Volumen Uhrzeit

0,006 EUR
BG 274.786 19:07:08
0,007 EUR
BZ 100 17:59:34
0,006 EUR
BZ 774.769 17:12:37
0,006 EUR
BZ 50 12:24:27
0,006 EUR
BZ 300 11:11:48
0,006 EUR
BZ 10 11:05:04
0,006 EUR
BZ 15.000 10:24:06
0,006 EUR
BZ 40.000 09:50:59
0,005 EUR
BZ 8 09:14:32
0,005 EUR
BZ 25 08:56:53
0,005 EUR
G 0 08:23:29

Meine Kauforder wurde heute zu 0,005 nicht ausgeführt. :keks:
Stückzahl: 100.000,00
Ca. Gegenwert (EUR) zzgl. Transaktionskosten:
500,00 Börse: Stuttgart

Handelsart: variabel

Ordertyp: Standard Order

Kurslimit (EUR):0,005

Gültigkeit: 30.12.2013
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Nicklaussohn
schrieb am 23.12.13 22:56:58
Beitrag Nr. 11.213 (46.107.975)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.107.929 von Nicklaussohn am 23.12.13 22:45:56Sorry es handelt sich nicht um NORTEL NETWORKS INC (NRTLQ) SONDERN um

NORTEL INVERSORA S.A. ADS WKN: 912055 / ISIN: US6565674016
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Nicklaussohn
schrieb am 23.12.13 22:45:56
Beitrag Nr. 11.212 (46.107.929)
http://www.finanznachrichten.de/nachrichten-2013-12/28967986-xfra-dividend-information-23-12-2013-2-029.htm

FOLGENDE WERTPAPIERE WERDEN AM 23.12.2013 EX DIVIDENDE GEHANDELT. http://img.wallstreet-online.de/smilies/keks.gif

THE EX-DIVIDEND DAY OF THE FOLLOWING SHARES WILL BE 23.12.2013.

INSTR EXCH ISIN INSTRUMENT NAME REF.PRC ADJUST
MJS XFRA AU000000SYD9 SYDNEY AIRPORT STAPLED 0.075 EUR
XFRA DE000GT4RA56 GOLDM.S.REV.CON.NT. 12/14 1.236 EUR
9FSA XFRA US40053C1053 GRUMA SAB DE CV B ADR/5 0.706 EUR
TEO XFRA US8792732096 TELECOM ARGENT. B ADR/5 0.601 EUR
49P XFRA US7365088472 PORTLAND GEN.ELEC.CO. NEW 0.201 EUR
4I1 XFRA US7181721090 PHILIP MORRIS INTL INC. 0.688 EUR
NOR XFRA US6565674016 NORTEL INV.PFD B ADR/1/20 0.898 EU :confused:
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langhaariger
schrieb am 23.12.13 12:39:19
Beitrag Nr. 11.211 (46.103.649)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 45.699.535 von Nicklaussohn am 26.10.13 00:38:20du hast aber ordentlich zugelangt...wow!:eek:
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Nicklaussohn
schrieb am 23.12.13 07:00:29
Beitrag Nr. 11.210 (46.101.329)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.100.545 von Expertchen007 am 22.12.13 20:25:49Sie haben von mir ein "grünen Daumen" bekommen, alles sehr fachlich von Ihnen :kiss: ;) !!
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Expertchen007
schrieb am 22.12.13 20:25:49
Beitrag Nr. 11.209 (46.100.545)
Du hast aber auch leicht was an der Murmel oder ???? wer oder wie soll man das lesen...sinnloses Zeugs...Kreuz und Quer.....reine Serverkapazität Verschwendung .
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Nicklaussohn
schrieb am 22.12.13 01:05:07
Beitrag Nr. 11.208 (46.097.891)
Hab den Beitrag aus Versehen gelöscht - deshalb nur das wichtigste
Forderungen vor dem + 3 Mlrd. Vergleich waren ca. -11,5 Mlrd. die vorhandenen Vermögenswerte bei ca. +8,5 Mlrd. an Beratungskosten sind bisher über 1 Mlrd. $ bezahlt worden bei Stundensätzen von über
1000 $ !! bei den Forderungen werden der Zinsanteil gedeckelt und die Beratungskosten durch Anordung des zuständigen Richters überprüft.

http://www.nortel-canada.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Unaudited-Condensed-Consolidated-Financial-Statements.pdf
2
NORTEL NETWORKS LIMITED
(Under Creditor Protection Proceedings
as of January 14, 2009 — note 2)
Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets (unaudited)
(Millions of U.S. Dollars
, except share amounts)
June 30, December 31,
2012 2011
Current assets
Cash and cash equivalents
660
$ 744
$
Restricted cash and cash equivalents
55
71
Accounts receivable - net
166
181
Other current assets (note 5)
71
79
Total current assets
952
1,075
Restricted cash and cash equivalents
7,566
7,479
Other assets (note 5)
38
48
Total assets
8,556
$ 8,602
$
Current liabilities
Trade and other accounts payable
289
$ 320
$
Payroll and benefit-related liabilities
5
17
Contractual liabilities
17
19
Other accrued liabilities (note 5)
13
18
Total current liabilities
324
374
Long-term liabilities
Deferred income taxes - net
6
7
Other liabilities (note 5)
8
17
Total long-term liabilities
14
24
Liabilities subject to compromise (note 14)
11,130
10,959
Total liabilities
11,468
11,357
Guarantees, commitments, contingencies and subsequent events (notes 2, 10, 12, 15, and 16 respectively)
Preferred shares, without par value - Authorized shares: unlimited; Issued and outstanding shares:
30,000,000 as of June 30, 2012 and December 31, 2011
536
536
Common shares, without par value - Authorized shares: unlimited; Issued and outstanding shares:
1,460,978,638 as of June 30, 2012 and December 31, 2011
-
-
Additional paid-in capital
23,759
23,759
Accumulated deficit
(27,175)
(26,988)
Accumulated other comprehensive loss
(95)
(133)
Total Nortel Networks Limited shareholders' deficit
(2,975)
(2,826)
Noncontrolling interests
63
71
Total shareholders' deficit
(2,912)
(2,755)
Total liabilities and shareholders’ deficit
8,556
$ 8,602

http://www.nortel-canada.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Unaudited-Condensed-Consolidated-Financial-Statements.pdf
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Nicklaussohn
schrieb am 21.12.13 23:47:45
Beitrag Nr. 11.207 (46.097.791)
http://img.wallstreet-online.de/smilies/kiss.gifIch wünsch euch allen und euren Familie und Freunden frohe Festtage und alles Gute für 2014.http://img.wallstreet-online.de/smilies/keks.gif



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Annual Financials for Nortel Networks Corp. 2007 - 2011

alles ohne Gewähr: http://img.wallstreet-online.de/smilies/wink.gif

http://www.marketwatch.com/investing/stock/nrtlq/financials/balance-sheet


Annual Financials for Nortel Networks Corp.
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Fiscal year is January-December. All values USD millions. 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 5-year trend
Cash & Short Term Investments 3.61B 2.5B 2.11B 965M 845M
Cash Only 889M 2.43B 2.09B 499M 844M
Short-Term Investments 2.72B 65M 18M - 1M
Cash & Short Term Investments Growth - -30.76% -15.61% -54.22% -12.44%
Cash & ST Investments / Total Assets 21.14% 28.27% 31.52% 21.37% 9.79%
Total Accounts Receivable 2.66B 2.26B 655M 232M 200M
Accounts Receivables, Net 2.28B 1.93B 596M 206M 174M
Accounts Receivables, Gross 2.34B 1.97B 612M 221M 193M
Bad Debt/Doubtful Accounts (62M) (36M) (16M) (15M) (19M)
Other Receivables 383M 331M 59M 26M 26M
Accounts Receivable Growth - -15.00% -71.03% -64.58% -13.79%
Accounts Receivable Turnover 4.12 4.61 6.24 2.67 0.14
Inventories 2B 1.48B 183M 4M 0
Finished Goods 800M 721M 157M 8M 0
Work in Progress 10M 4M 2M 0 0
Raw Materials 610M 249M 53M 5M 0
Progress Payments & Other 582M 503M (29M) (9M) 0
Other Current Assets 877M 392M 762M 159M 52M
Miscellaneous Current Assets 725M 294M 708M 134M 36M
Total Current Assets 9.15B 6.63B 3.71B 1.36B 1.1B
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 5-year trend
Net Property, Plant & Equipment 1.53B 1.27B 688M 30M 0
Property, Plant & Equipment - Gross 3.66B 3.07B 1.64B 231M 92M
Buildings 1.14B 991M 686M 34M 1M
Land & Improvements 38M 31M - - -
Computer Software and Equipment - - - - -
Other Property, Plant & Equipment 97M 90M 49M 1M -
Accumulated Depreciation 2.13B 1.79B 952M 201M 92M
Total Investments and Advances 256M 168M 2.09B 3.07B 7.48B
Other Long-Term Investments 62M 41M 1.98B 3.07B 7.48B
Long-Term Note Receivable - - - - 0
Intangible Assets 2.77B 323M 60M 0 0
Net Goodwill 2.56B 180M 9M - -
Net Other Intangibles 213M 143M 51M - -
Other Assets 493M 434M 128M 58M 52M
Tangible Other Assets 284M 288M 84M 58M 52M
Total Assets 17.07B 8.84B 6.69B 4.52B 8.63B
Assets - Total - Growth - -48.22% -24.32% -32.48% 91.05%
Liabilities & Shareholders' Equity
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 5-year trend
ST Debt & Current Portion LT Debt 698M 19M - - 0
Short Term Debt 0 0 - - 0
Current Portion of Long Term Debt 698M 19M - - 0
Accounts Payable 1.19B 1B 294M 319M 319M
Accounts Payable Growth - -15.67% -70.63% 8.50% 0.00%
Income Tax Payable 111M 78M 55M 16M 2M
Other Current Liabilities 4.78B 3.41B 1.22B 166M 53M
Dividends Payable 0 - - - -
Accrued Payroll 690M 453M 128M 42M 17M
Miscellaneous Current Liabilities 4.09B 2.96B 1.09B 124M 36M
Total Current Liabilities 6.77B 4.51B 1.57B 501M 374M
Long-Term Debt 3.82B 4.5B 41M 0 0
Long-Term Debt excl. Capitalized Leases 3.59B 4.3B 41M 0 0
Non-Convertible Debt 2.92B 3.15B 41M 0 0
Convertible Debt 675M 1.15B 0 0 0
Capitalized Lease Obligations 223M 203M 0 0 0
Provision for Risks & Charges 2.4B 2.59B 66M 15M 8M
Deferred Taxes (2.85B) (1M) (3M) 0 7M
Deferred Taxes - Credit 17M 11M 7M - 7M
Deferred Taxes - Debit 2.87B 12M 10M - -
Other Liabilities 471M 363M 8.05B 10.49B 10.95B
Other Liabilities (excl. Deferred Income) 71M 92M 7.98B 10.49B 10.95B
Deferred Income 400M 271M 71M - -
Total Liabilities 13.48B 11.97B 9.73B 11.01B 11.34B
Non-Equity Reserves 0 - 0 0 0
Total Liabilities / Total Assets 78.98% 135.41% 145.51% 243.73% 131.40%
Preferred Stock (Carrying Value) 0 0 0 0 0
Redeemable Preferred Stock 0 0 0 0 0
Non-Redeemable Preferred Stock 0 0 0 0 0
Common Equity (Total) 2.76B (3.95B) (3.77B) (7.11B) (3.35B)
Common Stock Par/Carry Value 34.03B 35.59B 35.6B 35.6B 35.6B
Retained Earnings (36.53B) (42.36B) (41.88B) (45.95B) (42.41B)
ESOP Debt Guarantee - - - - 0
Cumulative Translation Adjustment/Unrealized For. Exch. Gain 783M 537M 394M 441M 531M
Unrealized Gain/Loss Marketable Securities 26M 16M 21M 0 0
Revaluation Reserves - - - - -
Treasury Stock 0 0 0 0 0
Common Equity / Total Assets 16.16% -44.71% -56.41% -157.48% -38.80%
Total Shareholders' Equity 2.76B (3.95B) (3.77B) (7.11B) (3.35B)
Total Shareholders' Equity / Total Assets 16.16% -44.71% -56.41% -157.48% -38.80%
Accumulated Minority Interest 830M 822M 729M 621M 639M
Total Equity 3.59B (3.13B) (3.04B) (6.49B) (2.71B)
Liabilities & Shareholders' Equity 17.07B 8.84B 6.69B 4.52B 8.63B
Copyright 2013 FactSet Research Systems Inc. All rights reserved. Source FactSet Fundamentals.
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Nicklaussohn
schrieb am 21.12.13 23:39:19
Beitrag Nr. 11.206 (46.097.769)
Hier die Nüsse für Weihnachten - knacken müßt Ihr Sie selber:

Hier die Link für Nortel Finanzberichte die letzte vom Juli 2013 veröffentlicht am 4.Dezember http://www.nortel-us.com/

bzw direkt http://www.nortel-us.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Nortel-July-MOR.pdf

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MOR
-1
U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT
FOR THE DIST
RICT OF DELAWARE
In re: Nortel Networks Inc. et al
Cases No. 09
-
10138

09
-
10152 (KG) Jointly Administered
Condensed Combined Debtors
-
In
-
Possession S
chedule
of
Cash Receipts and Disbursements
Reporting Period:
Ju
ly
1, 201
3
through
Ju
ly
31
, 201
3
(Unaudited)
(In millions of U.S. dollars)
The Condensed Combined Debtors
-
In
-
Possession Schedule of Cash Receipts and Disbursements of each Reporting Group co
ntained
herein was derived from the books and records of the U.S. Debtors (as defined herein). The amounts reflected in these condens
ed
combined financial statements are unaudited. The accompanying notes and schedules are an integral part of the condensed combined
financial statements.
NNI
All O the r
Cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash at beginning of the period (July 1, 2013)
890.0$
55.0$
Cash receipts:
Real Est at e Sublease Income
1.8
-
Residual receivables
-
-
Inter-company receivables
0.2
-
Asset recoveries
-
-
Escrow reimbursements (see MOR-8)
-
-
Other (see note 5)
1.7
-
Total cash receipts
3.7
0.0
Cash distributions:
Normal course payables
(1.5)
-
Chapt er 11 professional fees
(2.1)
-
Inter-company payables
-
-
Payroll and Other Benefits
(0.4)
-
Ret ent ion/Incent ive plans
-
-
Other (see note 5)
-
-
Total cash disbursements
(4.0)
0.0
Effect of foreign exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents
-
-
Ne t incre ase (de cre ase ) in cash, cash e quivale nts and re stricte d cash
(0.3)
0.0
Cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash at end of the period (July 31, 2013)
889.7$
55.0$
Case 09-10138-KG Doc 12113 Filed 10/24/13 Page 2 of 11
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MOR
-2
U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE
In re: Nortel Networks Inc. et al
Cases No. 09
-
10138

09
-
10152 (KG) Jointly Administered
Condensed Combined Debtors
-
In
-
Possession Balance Sheet
As of
July 31
, 2013
(Unaudited)
(In millions of U.S. dollars)
NNI
All Other
Current assets
Cash and cash equivalents
888.4
$
55.0
$
Restricted cash and cash equivalents
1.3
-
Accounts receivable - net
6.0
-
Intercompany accounts receivable
182.2
33.1
Inventories - net
-
-
Other current assets
7.0
-
Total current assets
1,084.9
88.1
Investments in non-Debtor subsidiaries
(27.7)
-
Plant and equipment - net
17.5
-
Other assets
65.3
-
Total assets
1,140.0
$
88.1
$
Current liabilities not subject to compromise
Trade and other accounts payable
15.8
$
-
$
Intercompany accounts payable
15.1
0.1
Payroll and benefit-related liabilities
3.9
-
Restructuring liabilities
-
-
Other accrued liabilities
12.4
-
Income taxes
1.9
0.1
Total current liabilities not subject to compromise
49.1
0.2
Deferred income and other credits
0.8
-
Post-employment benefits
-
-
Total liabilities not subject to compromise
49.9
0.2
Liabilities subject to compromise (note 4)
5,336.6
163.0
Total liabilities
5,386.5
163.2
Common shares
(0.5)
750.8
Preferred shares
-
63.2
Additional paid-in capital
17,746.4
12,581.6
Accumulated deficit
(21,990.8)
(13,469.3)
Accumulated other comprehensive income (loss)
(1.5)
(1.4)
Total U.S. Debtors shareholders’ deficit
(4,246.4)
(75.1)
Noncontrolling interests
(0.1)
-
Total shareholders' deficit
(4,246.5)
(75.1)
Total liabilities and shareholders' deficit
1,140.0
$
88.1
$
The Condensed Combined
Debtors
-
In
-
Possession Balance
Sheet of each Reporting Group contain
ed herein was derived from
the books and records of the U.S. Debtors. The amounts reflected in these condensed combined financial statements are unaudit
ed.
The accompanying notes and schedules are an integral part of the condensed combined financial stat
ements.
Case 09-10138-KG Doc 12113 Filed 10/24/13 Page 3 of 11


4
MOR
-3
NORTEL NETWORKS INC. et al
(DEBTORS
-
IN
-
POSSESSION)
NOTES TO MONTHLY OPERATING REPORT No.
54
(UNAUDITED)
(In millions of U.S. dollars)
1. Reservation of Rights:
Nothing contained in this Monthly Operating
Report shall constitute a waiver of any of the rights of the Debtors (as defined herein) or
an admission with respect to their Chapter 11 Proceedings (as defined herein), including, but not limited to, matters involvi
ng
objections to claims, substantive co
nsolidation, equitable subordination, defenses, ultimate allocation of proceeds from sales among
debtor estates, characterization or re
-
characterization of contracts, assumption or rejection of contracts under the provisions of chapter
3 of title 11 of the
United States Code (“Bankruptcy Code”) and/or causes of action under the provisions of chapter 5 of the
Bankruptcy Code or any other relevant applicable laws to recover assets or avoid transfers.
2. Background and Organization:
Prior to Nortel’s signi
ficant business divestitures, Nortel Networks Corporation (“NNC”) and its subsidiaries (collectively “Nortel”),
including the U.S. Debtors (as defined below), were a global supplier of end
-
to
-
end networking products and solutions serving both
service provi
ders and enterprise customers.
Creditor Protection Proceedings
- O
n January 14, 2009 (“Petition Date”), Nortel Networks Inc. (“NNI”), Nortel Networks Capital
Corporation (“NNCC”) and certain other of Nortel’s U.S. subsidiaries, initiated Creditor Protecti
on Proceedings in the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware (“U.S. Court”) under the Bankruptcy Code (“Chapter 11 Proceedings”), several of
our
Canadian affiliates (“Canadian Debtors”), including our ultimate parent company, NNC, initiated Cre
ditor Protection Proceedings in
Canada at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (“Canadian Court”) under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (“CCAA”), a
nd
several of our affiliates in Europe, Middle East and Africa (“EMEA”) (“EMEA Debtors”) initiated Creditor Protection Proceedings in
the United Kingdom under the Insolvency Act 1986. Subsequently, creditor protection proceedings were commenced for certain
affiliates in other jurisdictions, including Israel and France. On July 14, 2009, Nortel Networks
(CALA) Inc. (“NNCI”), an affiliate of
NNI, initiated Chapter 11 Proceedings. On July 17, 2009, the U.S. Court entered an order that provided for the joint administ
ration of
NNCI’s case with the pre
-
existing cases of the other U.S. Debtors.
As a result, NN
CI is included as a Debtor in the financial
statements herein
.
Collectively, all entities under the Creditor Protection Proceedings are referred to as the “Debtors”. Those entities
operating in Chapter 11 Proceedings are referred to as the “Debtors in Poss
ession” or the “U.S. Debtors.” During the Creditor
Protection Proceedings, the Debtors continue to operate under the jurisdictions and orders of the applicable courts and in ac
cordance
with applicable legislation.
As of
July
31
, 201
3
, the U.S. Debtors cons
isted of the following entities:
U.S. Debtors
Case no.
Nortel Networks Inc.
09
-
10138
Nortel Networks Capital Corporation
09
-
10139
Nortel Networks International, Inc.
09
-
10150
Nortel AltSystems, Inc.
09
-
10140
Nortel AltSystems International, Inc.
09
-
10141
Architel Systems (U.S.) Corporation
09
-
10149
CoreTek, Inc.
09
-
10145
Nortel Networks Applications Management Solutions Inc.
09
-
10146
Nortel Networks Cable Solutions Inc.
09
-
10152
Nortel Networks Optical Components Inc.
09
-
10147
Nortel Networks HPOCS Inc.
09-
10148
Northern Telecom International Inc.
09
-
10151
Qtera Corporation
09
-
10144
Sonoma Systems
09
-
10143
Xros, Inc.
09
-
10142
Nortel Networks (CALA) Inc.
09
-
12515
Under the Bankruptcy Code, the U.S. Debtors may assume, assume and assign, or reject certain executory contracts including
unexpired leases, subject to the approval of the U.S. Court and certain other conditions.
Case 09-10138-KG Doc 12113 Filed 10/24/13 Page 4 of 11
5
The accompanying unaudited condensed combi
ned Schedule of Cash Receipts and Disbursements and Balance Sheet (“financial
statements”) do not include the effects of all current or future claims relating to the Creditor Protection Proceedings. Cert
ain claims
filed may have priority over those of the
U.S. Debtors’ unsecured creditors. The Debtors are reviewing all claims filed and have
commenced the claims reconciliation process. Differences between claim amounts determined by the Debtors and claim amounts fi
led
by creditors will be investigated and re
solved pursuant to a claims resolution process approved by the relevant court or, if necessary,
the relevant court will make a final determination as to the amount, nature and validity of claims. Certain claims that have
been filed
may be duplicative (part
icularly given the multiple jurisdictions involved in the Creditor Protection Proceedings), based on
contingencies that have not occurred, or may be otherwise overstated, and would therefore be subject to revision or disallowa
nce. The
settlement of claims
cannot be finalized until the relevant creditors and courts approve a plan. In light of the number of creditors of the
Debtors, the claims resolution process may take considerable time to complete.
For further information on matters preceding the filing o
f this Monthly Operating Report, users should refer to prior Monthly
Operating Reports.
Users are also referred to the Bankruptcy Court docket for these Chapter 11 Proceedings
.
3. Basis of Presentation:
The financial statements contained herein were n
ot intended to reconcile to any financial statements otherwise prepared or distributed
by the U.S. Debtors or any of the U.S. Debtors’ affiliates. Significant efforts have been put forth to attribute the assets and liabilities to
the proper legal entity. H
owever, because the Debtors’ accounting systems, policies, and practices were developed with a view to
producing consolidated reporting, rather than by legal entity, it is possible that not all assets or liabilities have been re
corded at the
correct legal entity. Accordingly, the U.S. Debtors reserve all rights to supplement or amend any financial statements contained in this
Monthly Operating Report.
The Monthly Operating Report is limited in scope, covers a limited time period, and has been prepared solel
y for the purpose of
complying with the monthly reporting requirements of the Bankruptcy Court and the United States Trustee. The information pres
ented
herein has not been subject to all procedures that would typically be applied to financial information p
resented in accordance with
U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (“U.S. GAAP”). The Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements presents a
summary of the cash activity for the period and does not include the impact of future cash flows related t
o assets and accrued
liabilities in conformity with U.S. GAAP. Any differences between the ending book balance and bank balances reflected on MOR
4B
would generally be attributable to outstanding checks and in
-
transit items. The U.S. Debtors caution reade
rs not to place undue
reliance upon the information contained in this Monthly Operating Report.
The
results herein are not necessarily indicative of results
which may be expected from any other period or for the full year and may not necessarily reflect t
he combined results
and
financial
position of
the
U.S. Debtors in the future.
As part of their restructuring efforts, the U.S. Debtors are reviewing their assets and liabilities on an ongoing basis, incl
uding without
limitation with respect to intercompany
claims and obligations, and nothing contained in this Monthly Operating Report shall
constitute a waiver of any of the U.S. Debtors’ rights with respect to such assets, liabilities, claims and obligations that
may exist.
The financial statements contained
herein represent the unaudited condensed combined financial statements for the U.S Debtors only.
The U.S. Debtors have sold all of their operations and business units, and so this Monthly Operating Report does not contain
a
Statement of Operations or a S
tatement of Cash Flows as included in previous Monthly Operating Reports. Instead, this Monthly
Operating Report includes a Schedule of Cash Receipts and Disbursements. The U.S. Debtors’ non
-
Debtor subsidiaries are treated as
non
-
consolidated subsidiarie
s in these financial statements and as such their net assets are included as “Investments in non
-
Debtor
subsidiaries” in the balance sheet. The U.S. Debtors’ financial statements contained herein have been prepared following the
guidance
in Financial Accou
nting Standards Board Accounting Standards Codification 852 “Reorganizations”.
The financial statements have been derived from the books and records of the U.S. Debtors. The presentation combines the U.S.
Debtors into two
Reporting Groups
consistent with
the companies’ ownership structure
with consideration to its status as operating or
non
-
operating
and activities as follows:
Ɣ
NNI
Reporting Group:
Nortel Networks Inc. and its U.S. Debtor subsidiaries Nortel Networks Capital Corporation, Nortel
Networks
Cable Solutions Inc., Nortel Networks International, Inc., Nortel Networks Optical Components Inc., Nortel Networks
HPOCS Inc., Nortel Networks (CALA) Inc., Northern Telecom International Inc. and Qtera Corporation; and
Ɣ
All Other
Reporting Group: Nortel
AltSystems, Inc., Nortel AltSystems International, Inc., Architel Systems (U.S.) Corporation,
CoreTek, Inc., Nortel Networks Applications Management Solutions, Inc., Sonoma Systems and Xros Inc.
Case 09-10138-KG Doc 12113 Filed 10/24/13 Page 5 of 11
6
4. Liabilities Subject to Compromise:
The following table
s set forth the U.S. Debtors’ estimated liabilities subject to compromise as of
July 31
, 201
3:
NNI
All Other
Trade and other accounts payable
189.6
$
0.2
$
Accounts payable intercompany
326.3
37.7
Restructuring liabilities
203.8
0.5
Contingent liability for NNI's debt guarantee
3,936.3
-
Long-term debt
168.3
-
Financial obligations
0.4
-
Pension obligations
437.6
-
Postretirement obligations other than pensions
26.0
-
Notes and interest payable intercompany
-
124.6
Other
48.3
-
Total liabilities subject to compromise
5,336.6
$
163.0
$
5. Cash Receipts and Disbursements:
Other receipts for NNI for the month ended
July 31
,
201
3
include
s
$1.2 of unclaimed property
and
$
.5 of claim proceeds
.
6
.
Divestiture Proceeds
Held in Escrow
Pending Allocation
As of
July 31
, 201
3
, approximately $
7,280.
4
of the net proceeds (the “Escrow Funds”) generated through the completed sales of
businesses and certain other assets are being held in escrow accounts at JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. (“JPM”)
which are collateralized
with U.S. Treasury securities up to 100% of the amount deposited
. The Escrow Funds are being held by JPM pending the allocation
of such funds among various Nortel
entities, including without limitation, one or more of the Canadian Debtors and one or more of the
EMEA Debtors. The amount of the Escrow Funds that will be allocated to the U.S Debtors is not yet known
.
Below is a list of the
escrow accounts held at JPM
:
Business/Asset Sale
Escrow Balance
CDMA
1,052.7
$
Layer 4-7
18.1
Packet Core
10.4
Enterprise Solutions
842.8
Optical Networking and Carrier Ethernet (MEN)
610.0
GSM
106.0
CVAS
140.1
MSS
46.0
Patents and Patent Applications
4,454.3
In add
ition to the
Escrow Funds, $
21
.8
are
being
held in various escrow accounts at JPM
and Citibank, N.A. in the name of certain
Nortel entities and the respective purchasers of the businesses, which escrows were established in
connection with the closing of the
sales of the businesses, as required by the sale agreements for those transactions to secure certain obligations thereunder a
nd ancillary
to the sales.
Case 09-10138-KG Doc 12113 Filed 10/24/13 Page 6 of 11
7
MOR
-
4A
U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE
In re:
Nortel Networks Inc. et al
Cases No. 09
-
10138

09
-
10152 (KG) Jointly Administered
Schedule of Cash Disbursements by Petitioning Entity
Reporting Period:
Ju
ly
1, 201
3
through
Ju
ly
31
, 2013
(Un
audited)
(In millions of U.S. dollars)
In re: Nortel Networks Inc. et al
Case #
Payments
Nortel Networks Inc.
(1)
09-10138
4.0
$
Nortel Networks Capital Corporation
09-10139
-
Nortel AltSystems, Inc.
09-10140
-
Nortel AltSystems International, Inc.
09-10141
-
Xros Inc.
09-10142
-
Sonoma Systems
09-10143
-
Qtera Corporation
09-10144
-
Coretek, Inc.
09-10145
-
Nortel Networks Applications Management Solutions, Inc.
09-10146
-
Nortel Networks Optical Components Inc.
09-10147
-
Nortel Networks HPOCS Inc.
09-10148
-
Architel Systems (U.S.) Corporation
09-10149
-
Nortel Networks International, Inc.
09-10150
-
Northern Telecom International Inc.
09-10151
-
Nortel Networks Cable Solutions Inc.
09-10152
-
Nortel Networks (CALA) Inc.
09-12515
-
Total Payments
4.0
$
(1)
NNI is the centralized disbursement entity for multiple U.S. Debtors and non
-
Debtors and accordingly makes payments, both by wire and checks, for
multiple U.S
. Debtors and non
-
Debtors. Individual U.S. Debtor disbursements have been separated from NNI and listed under specific individual U.S.
Debtors. However, disbursements made for the benefit of NNI as well as other U.S. Debtors and/or non
-
Debtors are still co
nsolidated with NNI for financial
reporting purposes.
Case 09-10138-KG Doc 12113 Filed 10/24/13 Page 7 of 11
8
MOR
-
4B
U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE
In re: Nortel Networks Inc. et al
Cases No. 09
-
10138

09
-
10152 (KG) Jointly Administered
Existing Bank Account Information
Reporting Period:
Ju
ly
1, 201
3
through
Ju
ly
31,
2013
(Unaudited)
(I
n millions of U.S. dollars)
Legal Entity
Bank
Account Type
Lockbox/Account
Bank Balance
Bank of America
Health & Welfare Trust
7206010001650
-
Citibank NA
Main Concentration
30463444
46.6
Citibank NA
Disbursement (AP)
30580851
0.1
Citibank Delaware
Utilities Order
38794977
0.8
First Citizens
Disbursement (AP)
008320012701
5.4
First Citizens
Disbursement (AP)
008325259711
-
JP Morgan Chase
Money Market Deposit Acct
(1)
887400539
743.0
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
Brokerage Account
(2)
058697
1.2
Citibank Egypt
General
100827506
-
Citibank Egypt
General
100827018
-
Citibank Tunis
General
150021006
-
Citibank Tunis
General
150021014
-
Citibank Tunis
General
150021022
-
Citibank Tunis
General
100056011
-
Nortel Altsystems, Inc.
JP Morgan Chase
General
887401404
55.0
Nortel Networks Capital Corp.
Citibank NA
General
30508438
2.3
Nortel Networks International, Inc.
JP Morgan Chase
General
976480137
5.8
Nortel Networks International, Inc.
Citibank Dubai
General
10100262002
-
Nortel Networks (CALA) Inc.
Citibank NA
General
30635672
25.4
Nortel Networks (CALA) Inc.
Citibank Delaware
Disbursement (AP)
38746828
-
Nortel Networks (CALA) Inc.
JP Morgan Chase
Money Market Deposit Acct
(1)
887400554
58.1
Nortel Networks (CALA) Inc.
Citibank Montevideo
General
0055067007
0.2
Nortel Networks (CALA) Inc.
Citibank Montevideo
General
0055067619
-
Nortel Networks (CALA) Inc.
Citibank Port of Spain
General
0106586004
0.5
Nortel Networks (CALA) Inc.
Citibank Trinidad & Tobago
General
0109869015
-
944.4
$
Nortel Networks Inc.
Nortel Networks Inc.
Nortel Networks Inc.
Nortel Networks Inc.
Nortel Networks Inc.
Nortel Networks Inc.
Nortel Networks Inc.
Nortel Networks Inc.
Nortel Networks Inc.
Nortel Networks Inc.
Nortel Networks Inc.
Nortel Networks Inc.
Nortel Networks Inc.
Nortel Networks Inc.
(1) Reflects deposits in a JP Morgan account which is
collateralized
with U.S. Treasury secu
rities up to 100% of the amount deposited.
(2) This account holds approximately .3 of common stock in a publicly traded company and approximately
.9
of cash.
Case 09-10138-KG Doc 12113 Filed 10/24/13 Page 8 of 11
9
MOR
-5
U
.S.
BANKRUPTCY COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DEL
AWARE
In re: Nortel Networks Inc. et al
Cases No. 09
-
10138

09
-
10152
(K
G)
Jointly Administered
Changes in Balances with Debtors and Non
-
Debtors
Reporting Period:
Ju
ly
1, 201
3
through
Ju
ly
31
, 2013
(Unaudited)
(In millions of U.S. dollars)
In re: Nortel Networks Inc. et al
Case #
Increase / (Decrease)
Nortel Networks Inc.
09-10138
(0.2)
$
Nortel Networks Capital Corporation
09-10139
-
Nortel AltSystems, Inc.
09-10140
-
Nortel AltSystems International, Inc.
09-10141
-
Xros, Inc.
09-10142
-
Sonoma Systems
09-10143
-
Qtera Corporation
09-10144
-
CoreTek, Inc.
09-10145
-
Nortel Networks Applications Management Solutions, Inc.
09-10146
-
Nortel Networks Optical Components Inc.
09-10147
-
Nortel Networks HPOCS Inc.
09-10148
-
Architel Systems (U.S.) Corporation
09-10149
-
Nortel Networks International, Inc.
09-10150
-
Northern Telecom International Inc.
09-10151
-
Nortel Networks Cable Solutions Inc.
09-10152
-
Nortel Networks (CALA) Inc
09-12515
-
Net Intercompany Change
(1)
(0.2)
$
(1)
For presentation purposes, the amounts as reported are combined pre
-
filing
and post
-
filing net intercompany positions
,
exclud
ing
provision
s.
Case 09-10138-KG Doc 12113 Filed 10/24/13 Page 9 of 11
10
MOR
-6
U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE
In re: Nortel Networks
Inc. et al
Cases No. 09
-
10138

09
-
10152 (KG) Jointly Administered
Status of Post
-
Petition Taxes
Reporting Period:
July 31
, 201
3
(Unaudited)
I, John J. Ray III, Principal Officer of each of the U.S. Debtors, attest under penalty of perjury and to the best of my know
ledge,
information and belief, all post
-
petition federal, state and local taxes of each of the U.S. Debtors are current as of
July
31
, 201
3
in all
material respects.
October
24
, 2013
John J. Ray III, Principal Officer of
each of the U.S. Debtors
Case 09-10138-KG Doc 12113 Filed 10/24/13 Page 10 of 11
11
MOR
-8
U.S. BANKRUPTCY COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE
In re: Nortel Networks Inc. et al
Cases No. 09
-
10138

09
-
10152 (KG) Jointly Administered
Debtor Questionnaire
Reporting Period:
Ju
ly
1, 201
3
through
Ju
ly
31
, 2013
Must be completed each month
Yes
No
1. Have any assets been sold or transferred outside the normal course of business this
reporting period? If yes, provide an explanation below.
X
2. Have any bank accounts been opened during the reporting period? If yes, provide
documentation identifying the opened account(s). If an investment account has been opened
provide the required documentation pursuant to the Delaware Local Rule 4001-3.
X
3. Have any funds been disbursed from any account other than a Debtor-In-Possession
account this reporting period? If yes, provide an explanation below.
X
4. Have all post-petition tax returns been timely filed? If no, provide an explanation below.
X
5. Are workers compensation, general liability and other necessary insurance coverages in
effect? If no, provide an explanation below.
X
6. Are the Debtors satisfying their undisputed post-petition obligations on a timely basis?
X
7. Has there been any material change in amount or aging of the Debtors' receivables?
X
Case 09-10138-KG Doc 12113 Filed 10/24/13 Page 11 of 11
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miranda1305
schrieb am 19.12.13 09:40:36
Beitrag Nr. 11.205 (46.079.940)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.078.782 von Nicklaussohn am 19.12.13 03:00:36Danke Nicklaussohn für Deine Infos, freue mich schon auf weitere pos. Nachrichten von Dir. Hoffenlich kommen wir alle noch mit "heiler Haut" davon.

Gruß
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hoffis
schrieb am 19.12.13 09:21:14
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Danke Nicklaussohn,
Du bist ein guter Mensch!!!

Gruß hoffis
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Nicklaussohn
schrieb am 19.12.13 03:00:36
Beitrag Nr. 11.203 (46.078.782)
Hab nochmal Nortel aufgestock auf nun 10,5 Mio. Aktien

363P562 Kauf
Standard CA6565685089 NORTEL NETWORKS CORP. 300.000,00
Stück 0,006 Abgerechnet OD
ST D
363I756 Kauf
Standard CA6565685089 NORTEL NETWORKS CORP. 192.211,00
Stück 0,006 Abgerechnet OD
ST


CA6565685089 NORTEL
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schrieb am 19.12.13 02:13:53
Beitrag Nr. 11.202 (46.078.734)
http://www.nortel-canada.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/2012-Second-Quarter-Form-10-Q.pdf

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Nicklaussohn
schrieb am 19.12.13 01:42:33
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Nortel Networks Corporation (NRTLQ) Nortel Bilanzen

http://de.finance.yahoo.com/q/bs?s=NRTLQ&annual
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Nicklaussohn
schrieb am 19.12.13 00:44:43
Beitrag Nr. 11.200 (46.078.640)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 46.071.266 von hoffis am 18.12.13 10:54:07Die Forderungen gegen Nortel Netwrorks Inc. sind um ca.3 Mlrd. Dollar verringert worden. Sie werten das als Meilenstein zur Abwicklung von Nortel.
Ob die Aktionäre noch Geld bekommen ist fraglich aber jetzt auf jeden Fall wahrscheinlicher - da die restlichen Forderungen dem Anschein nach nich alle beglichen werden müssen. Fraglich ist auch ob die bisherigen Honorarzahlungen an die "Berater" mit über 900 Mio.$ rechtens waren. Pro Aktie sind das immerhin 1,8 $ die an die Berater bezahlt wurden.
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Nicklaussohn
schrieb am 19.12.13 00:35:42
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Zur Info über Nortel:

http://documentcentre.eycan.com/Pages/Overview.aspx?SID=89
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hoffis
schrieb am 18.12.13 10:54:07
Beitrag Nr. 11.198 (46.071.266)
Wer bitte kann den Bericht in 3 Sätzen auf deutsch formulieren?
Wäre nett und hilfreich!

Gruß hoffis
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Nortel US in 'Milestone' Settlement

.....Nortel Networks Corp.'s (NRTLQ) U.S. division said Tuesday it has reached a "milestone" deal with European creditors and representatives of British pensioners, settling some of the "costly and contentious litigation" that has been tying up more than $9 billion in cash.....

http://www.euroinvestor.com/news/2013/12/17/nortel-us-in-apo…
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Nortel Networks resolves more than $3 billion in bankruptcy claims

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invest-2011
schrieb am 26.11.13 13:14:51
Beitrag Nr. 11.194 (45.920.790)
Angeblich BIG NEWS !!!
(lt. Ariva.Board)
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Kann auch ein "DummPush"-Versuch sein, ich kanns nicht beurteilen ...
Schaut selbst.
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schrieb am 31.10.13 18:21:35
Beitrag Nr. 11.193 (45.735.047)
CA6565685089 NORTEL
NETWORKS CORP. 9.500.000,00Stück 0,0104 EUR 21.10.13 0,006 EUR 57.000,00
EUR -42,05 -41.354,45
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Nicklaussohn
schrieb am 31.10.13 04:51:27
Beitrag Nr. 11.192 (45.729.061)
:kiss: Zinszahlung an NORTEL Gläubiger wird gedeckelt und damit deutlich veringert:p:cool::cool:
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schrieb am 31.10.13 04:45:46
Beitrag Nr. 11.191 (45.729.057)
Nortel Canada Bondholders Seek to Put Lid on U.S. Bond Interest
By Dow Jones Business News, October 29, 2013, 01:45:00 PM EDT
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By Peg Brickley

In a move that could break the $9.5 billion international bankruptcy of Nortel Networks Corp. (NRTLQ) wide open, a bond trustee has asked for "a simple legal determination" that could put a lid on the interest due on billions of dollars worth of debt.

Judge Kevin Gross is being asked to rule that bond investors are entitled only to the federal judgment rate of interest rather than the contract interest rate on more than $4 billion in debt issued by U.S. elements of the now- defunct maker of telecommunications equipment.

The request comes from the trustee for bonds issued by a unit tied to Nortel's Canadian parent, which says capping the interest investors in Nortel U.S. bonds collect means a faster payday for creditors. If it succeeds, the effort would deal a blow to hedge funds that bought Nortel U.S. bonds at steep discounts after the company was swept under in 2009, gambling that the bonds would pay off at face value, with interest, once the dust settled.

Canadian bond investors wonder at the amount of interest that is driving Nortel's international units toward a trial that means more legal fees and a longer wait for creditors. Wilmington Trust NA, as trustee for 6.875% bonds issued by Nortel Networks Ltd., says a ruling now would avert the court fight with the company, whose affairs are being handled in the Canadian parent company's insolvency proceeding.

"Absent this court's ruling...the spending on professional fees will continue unabated, and Nortel's global creditors will continue to wait with little more in view than the inevitable appeals and more delay," wrote a representative of an investor in the Canadian bond issue, River Birch Capital LLC, a New York distressed investing specialist that supports Wilmington Trust's request for a fast decision on interest rates.

A lawyer for Nortel U.S. didn't respond to a request for comment on the push from the trustee for Canadian bonds. A lawyer for Nortel U.S.'s creditors panel, which consists mainly of U.S. bondholders, didn't respond to a request for comment. Lawyers for the trustees for the challenged Nortel U.S. bond issues didn't respond.

In court papers, the trustee for the Canadian bonds says the interest-rate cap would give Nortel U.S. bond investors the face amount of the debt, plus $18 million a year interest, for a total of nearly $4.2 billion. Parent Nortel Canada, then, would be content to take the leftovers from the $7.3 billion in cash raised in the company's global going-out-of- business sale, according to Wilmington Trust.

The excess money would go to Canadian pensioners, former employees and trade creditors, as well as to investors in the Nortel Canada bonds, court papers say.

The push for a fast answer on interest comes after two years of expensive arguments among Nortel's creditors, most of whom "have received virtually nothing" from the cash that was stacked up years ago from the sale of the telecommunications company's businesses and patents.

Lawyers and other advisers have drained nearly $1 billion out of Nortel's coffers, and there is no end in sight to the spending as professionals gear up for a trial slated to start April 1 over how to allocate the sale proceeds.

The allocation trial will decide the split of cash among Nortel's national factions, and until it is over, nobody but the lawyers will get paid. Even the nonsale cash, including more than $900 million held by Nortel U.S. and $500 million held by Nortel Canada, awaits distribution after the allocation trial and the appeals that follow have concluded. That fact has rankled bondholders for some time.

"Allocation is not the real issue," wrote lawyers for Wilmington Trust, in its role as trustee for the Canadian bonds. "Rather the ultimate question is how much can unsecured creditors obtain."

By deciding now how much interest to give investors in Nortel's bonds, the bankruptcy judge can save "untold delay and countless millions in needless, additional" professional fees, Wilmington Trust's attorneys contend in papers filed Friday in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, Del.Wilmington Trust is seeking a Dec. 3 hearing for its request for a ruling on the bond interest.

Nortel filed for bankruptcy protection in its home country of Canada, in the U.S., the U.K. and elsewhere in 2009, after a long decline left the former telecommunications powerhouse unable to pay the freight on billions of dollars worth of debt.

Wilmington Trust's request is couched as a "claims objection" filed in its role as trustee for Nortel Networks Ltd. 6.875% bonds. The objection is aimed at claims filed on behalf of investors in bonds issued by U.S. units of the company, with Bank of New York Mellon Corp. ( BK ) and Law Debenture Trust Co. of New York as trustees.

Bank of New York has filed one claim for $2.8 billion and another for $1.15 billion in Nortel's case. Law Debenture has filed a claim for $152 million for another issue of notes. Combined, the bond issues account for 77% of the claims against Nortel U.S., Wilmington Trust's lawyers said.

The expectation that Nortel's U.S. Chapter 11 case will pay off at the contract rate has kept trading prices for some issues of Nortel debt at around par levels, while other bonds have risen far above par.

Trading data indicate some investors registered Wilmington Trust's challenge but are betting it will fail. A $450 million issue that was selling for $1.16 on the dollar dropped to just above $1.14 Friday, with multiple millions of dollars trading. Similar action was registered in a $550 million issue that has been trading at prices that indicate investors think they will collect interest at the contract rate. Both debt issues have since recovered and are holding at levels that indicate investors are expecting to recover more than the federal judgment rate of interest, the rate that Wilmington Trust says should apply.

Wilmington Trust contends the Nortel U.S. bonds aren't entitled to the contract rate because they aren't secured. They are backed by guarantees from Canadian Nortel's units, but Nortel Canada is insolvent and not compelled to make good on the guarantees when it comes to post-bankruptcy interest, Wilmington Trust says.

(Dow Jones Daily Bankruptcy Review covers news about distressed companies and those under bankruptcy protection. Go to http://dbr.dowjones.com)

Write to Peg Brickley at peg.brickley@wsj.com

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10-29-131345ET
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schrieb am 26.10.13 00:38:20
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Ich halte mein 10 Millionen Stück - Nortel ist short

Auch wenn die Zahlen unten was anderes empfehlen. Verkaufen Ja aber bestimmt nicht jetzt !!


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