Economy

June 23, 2010 1:37 PM

Bankrupt Nortel wants to stop insurance for retirees

As it winds down bankruptcy proceedings, Nortel Networks has asked a federal court to terminate insurance coverage for more than 4,000 retirees and their dependents, many of whom live in the Triangle.

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