The largest wireless paging company in the United States has to restructure its debt again in response to the collapse of the market. The restructuring is facing enormous challenges. Valuing the company is extremely difficult because the public Arch rivals are also highly concerned and the industry’s future is highly uncertain. In addition, the company has an extremely complicated mother-daughter holding structure.

The largest wireless paging company in the United States has to restructure its debt again in response to the collapse of the market. The restructuring is facing enormous challenges. Valuing the company is extremely difficult because the public Arch rivals are also highly concerned and the industry’s future is highly uncertain. In addition, the company has an extremely complicated mother-daughter holding structure.
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Stuart C. Gilson,
Perry L. Fagan
Source: Harvard Business School
24 pages.
Release Date: 03 January, 2005. Prod #: 205024-PDF-ENG
Arch Wireless, Inc. HBR case solution