YRC Stock May Drop as Teamsters Reject Accord-Funding Tie

YRC Worldwide Inc. (YRCW)’s shares may
plunge for a second day after union workers rejected a labor
agreement yesterday that the trucker has said was required to
refinance more than $1 billion of debt and stave off bankruptcy.

YRC’s Teamsters voted 61 percent against a contract
extension into 2019 that retained a 15 percent wage cut and
contained concessions including giving the company more
operating flexibility such as hiring third-party trucking
services and cracking down on absenteeism. Out of about 26,000
YRC union workers, 19,651 ballots were cast, the union said.

“It’s not going to bode well for any equity holders of the
stock,” said Brad Delco, a trucking industry analyst with
Stephens Inc. in Little Rock, Arkansas. “I don’t think it’s
over, but it definitely makes things significantly more
desperate.”

Chief Executive Officer James Welch has said the future of
Overland Park, Kansas-based YRC depended on the union supporting
the labor concessions, a condition for lenders to agree to
refinance $952 million of bonds and bank loans maturing by March
2015. In an Oct. 30 letter to union workers, he said some
companies in YRC’s position have declared bankruptcy.

The shares fell 20 percent to $12.60 in late trading
yesterday. Shortly after the New York close and before the
voting results were released, YRC dropped 16 percent, the
biggest decline in eight weeks, after a union splinter group
said the company’s proposal may fail. The stock more than
doubled in 2013.

YRC amassed $1.4 billion in debt from acquisitions and what
Welch called “numerous missteps” before he took the job in
2011. The company has posted profit losses of more than $3.1
billion since 2007, including a projected loss of $100 million
last year.

‘Disastrous Policies’

“Our members have sacrificed billions of dollars in wages
and pension benefits over the past five years and yet the
company has been unable to recover from the disastrous policies
of the previous management,” Jim Hoffa, Teamsters general
president, said yesterday in a statement.

As of Sept. 30, the company had about $170 million of cash
to face a $69.4 million bond issue that matures on Feb. 15. The
company has $325.5 million of loans due in September and $556.7
million of loans and bonds maturing in March 2015.

“Despite the vote results, it is business as usual as we
have approximately 15,000 trucks on the road today serving
250,000 customers,” Welch said yesterday in a statement.

The company had reached an accord with some investors and
creditors that would have reduced debt by $300 million with the
issue of $250 million of new shares and converting $50 million
of bonds to shares. That agreement hinged on union workers
accepting the labor proposal.

Mail-In Votes

Welch said many union workers who mailed in their votes
early may have supported the company’s proposal after learning
of the $300 million debt-reduction agreement announced on Dec.
23.

“Many employees had already returned their ballots prior
to Dec. 23,” Welch said in the statement. “We believe that was
information employees needed to make a fully informed
decision.”

The company had scheduled a meeting with lenders today in
New York to discuss a $700 million loan and $450 million of
asset-backed financing to refinance its high-cost debt. A
spokeswoman representing the company said she didn’t know
yesterday after the voting results if that meeting would still
take place.

Lack of Liquidity

Without the labor agreement, “we may be unable to
restructure or refinance the portions of our debt which will
mature in September of 2014 and March of 2015,” YRC said in a
Dec. 10 filing. “If we are unable to restructure or refinance
our maturing debt, we will not have sufficient liquidity to
repay the amounts owed.”

The refinancing and debt reduction would have saved YRC as
much as $50 million of annual interest payments, putting the
company on the road to profitability, said Chief Financial
Officer Jamie Pierson in a Dec. 23 interview.

YRC’s bonds have gained over the past year as investors
grew more confident the company would be able to refinance its
debt. The company’s $179.1 million of 10 percent notes maturing
March 2015 last traded at 98.3 cents on the dollar on Jan. 7,
according to Trace, the bond price reporting system of the
Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. That’s up from a 12-month low of 29.5 cents on the dollar on Jan. 31, 2013.

To contact the reporter on this story:
Thomas Black in Dallas at
tblack@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story:
Ed Dufner at
edufner@bloomberg.net

YRC Union Rejects Labor Accord, Risking Bankruptcy

YRC Worldwide Inc. (YRCW)’s shares may
plunge for a second day after union workers rejected a labor
agreement yesterday that the trucker has said was required to
refinance more than $1 billion of debt and stave off bankruptcy.

YRC’s Teamsters voted 61 percent against a contract
extension into 2019 that retained a 15 percent wage cut and
contained concessions including giving the company more
operating flexibility such as hiring third-party trucking
services and cracking down on absenteeism. Out of about 26,000
YRC union workers, 19,651 ballots were cast, the union said.

“It’s not going to bode well for any equity holders of the
stock,” said Brad Delco, a trucking industry analyst with
Stephens Inc. in Little Rock, Arkansas. “I don’t think it’s
over, but it definitely makes things significantly more
desperate.”

Chief Executive Officer James Welch has said the future of
Overland Park, Kansas-based YRC depended on the union supporting
the labor concessions, a condition for lenders to agree to
refinance $952 million of bonds and bank loans maturing by March
2015. In an Oct. 30 letter to union workers, he said some
companies in YRC’s position have declared bankruptcy.

The shares fell 20 percent to $12.60 in late trading
yesterday. Shortly after the New York close and before the
voting results were released, YRC dropped 16 percent, the
biggest decline in eight weeks, after a union splinter group
said the company’s proposal may fail. The stock more than
doubled in 2013.

YRC amassed $1.4 billion in debt from acquisitions and what
Welch called “numerous missteps” before he took the job in
2011. The company has posted profit losses of more than $3.1
billion since 2007, including a projected loss of $100 million
last year.

‘Disastrous Policies’

“Our members have sacrificed billions of dollars in wages
and pension benefits over the past five years and yet the
company has been unable to recover from the disastrous policies
of the previous management,” Jim Hoffa, Teamsters general
president, said yesterday in a statement.

As of Sept. 30, the company had about $170 million of cash
to face a $69.4 million bond issue that matures on Feb. 15. The
company has $325.5 million of loans due in September and $556.7
million of loans and bonds maturing in March 2015.

“Despite the vote results, it is business as usual as we
have approximately 15,000 trucks on the road today serving
250,000 customers,” Welch said yesterday in a statement.

The company had reached an accord with some investors and
creditors that would have reduced debt by $300 million with the
issue of $250 million of new shares and converting $50 million
of bonds to shares. That agreement hinged on union workers
accepting the labor proposal.

Mail-In Votes

Welch said many union workers who mailed in their votes
early may have supported the company’s proposal after learning
of the $300 million debt-reduction agreement announced on Dec.
23.

“Many employees had already returned their ballots prior
to Dec. 23,” Welch said in the statement. “We believe that was
information employees needed to make a fully informed
decision.”

The company had scheduled a meeting with lenders today in
New York to discuss a $700 million loan and $450 million of
asset-backed financing to refinance its high-cost debt. A
spokeswoman representing the company said she didn’t know
yesterday after the voting results if that meeting would still
take place.

Lack of Liquidity

Without the labor agreement, “we may be unable to
restructure or refinance the portions of our debt which will
mature in September of 2014 and March of 2015,” YRC said in a
Dec. 10 filing. “If we are unable to restructure or refinance
our maturing debt, we will not have sufficient liquidity to
repay the amounts owed.”

The refinancing and debt reduction would have saved YRC as
much as $50 million of annual interest payments, putting the
company on the road to profitability, said Chief Financial
Officer Jamie Pierson in a Dec. 23 interview.

YRC’s bonds have gained over the past year as investors
grew more confident the company would be able to refinance its
debt. The company’s $179.1 million of 10 percent notes maturing
March 2015 last traded at 98.3 cents on the dollar on Jan. 7,
according to Trace, the bond price reporting system of the
Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. That’s up from a 12-month low of 29.5 cents on the dollar on Jan. 31, 2013.

To contact the reporter on this story:
Thomas Black in Dallas at
tblack@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story:
Ed Dufner at
edufner@bloomberg.net

Phoenix-area bankruptcy filings lowest since 2008

With the jobless rate inching lower and the economy showing recent signs of life, Phoenix-area bankruptcies ended 2013 with their best showing since mid-2008.

New filings dipped to 1,042 in December, the lowest total in 67 months, since May 2008, when the recession was building up steam.

The latest tally represented a drop of 11.4 percent from December 2012, according to the US Bankruptcy Court in Phoenix. For all of 2013, the 16,425 filings last year were down 18.5 percent from 20,156 in 2012.

The economy has shown perkiness of late, underscored by a 4.1-percent rise in Gross Domestic Product in the third quarter, the most recent period for which numbers are available. The US unemployment rate has eased to 7 percent, from 7.9 percent at the start of 2013. Meanwhile, mortgage and credit-card delinquencies have tumbled, indicating consumers are having some success dealing with debts.

Arizona filings mirrored the trend for the Phoenix metro area, with the December total down 8.9 percent from December 2012 and the full-year total falling 19.1 percent.

Nationally, consumers and businesses filed 1.03 million bankruptcies in 2013, a drop of 13 percent from 1.19 million the prior year, according to data from Epiq Systems. Stated differently, there were 3.3 filings for every 1,000 Americans last year, down from 3.8 per 1,000 in 2012.

The 2013 filings represent the lowest total since 2007, and they have dropped each year since 2010, said Samuel Gerdano, executive director of the American Bankruptcy Institute, in a statement. He predicts even fewer filings ahead.

Nationally, consumer filings accounted for 95.7 percent of the total, with business bankruptcies the rest.

In December, national bankruptcies fell 12 percent from December 2012.

Reach the reporter at russ.wiles@arizonarepublic.com or 602-444-8616.

Is a secured card the best way to rebuild credit?

Dispute inaccurate information:#160;Start by obtaining your free credit reports. If you notice any inaccurate information after reviewing them, immediately file a dispute online or via certified mail with one of the major credit bureaus. They must notify the other two credit bureaus and respond to your dispute within 30 days. If you win your dispute, the errors must be removed immediately from your credit file; this can have a positive effect on your credit score. On the other hand, if the creditor does not rule in your favor, request that a note be placed in your file that details the dispute.

Timely payments:#160;Approximately 35 percent#160;of your credit score is determined by payment history. As a result, you can also rebuild your credit over time by catching up on all past-due payments and developing responsible payment habits. If you are unable to meet an obligation, reach out to the creditor to inquire about arranging an alternative agreement.

Pay off debt:#160;The fastest way to reduce the amounts owed to creditors, which accounts for about 30 percent of your credit score, is to pay off any outstanding debt obligations. You can do this by cutting your costs and re-allocating any residual funds to your debt-management fund. You can also pick up side jobs to aid in the efforts.

If you make the decision to move forward with a secured credit card, use it responsibly to derive the greatest benefit. Maintain a very low credit balance, ideally no greater than 10 percent of the credit limit, and make timely payments each month. You might decide to use the card as temporary medium until your credit score gets better; however, responsible use of credit over time can be a great way to further build or maintain a strong credit score.

Regardless of the route you choose, be sure to avoid credit repair scams, as they provide only temporary relief.

More from Credit.com:

  • How secured cards can help you build credit
  • Whats the difference in a prepaid card and a secured card?
  • Whats a bad credit score?

Poll Reveals: Women Have More Credit Knowledge Than Men

In spite of our modern sameness, most people will tell you that men and women deal with their money very differently. And depending on which gender you are, theres a chance that you might think YOUR gender handles money more responsibly than the other!

Im not here to judge but I would like to report on a very interesting finding in a recent poll. VantageScore did a poll in April 2013 in which they asked men and women about their credit.

The report found the following things during their poll that women know more about credit scores than men. Here are some highlights from their findings:

o When asked about age and marital status, fewer women believe those were factors in determining credit score than men. (38 percent of women versus 48 percent of men incorrectly believe that age is a factor; 34 percent of women versus 46 percent of men incorrectly believe that marital status is a factor). The truth: Age and marital status are NOT factors in determining credit scores.
o More women than men know that credit bureaus collect the information for scores. (74 percent of women versus 68 percent of men).
o When asked what a good credit score is, 35 percent of women (versus 29 percent of men) knew what a good score was.);
o More women than men know when scores are free (65 percent of women versus 60 percent of men) and when lenders are required to disclose scores (53 percent of women versus 46 percent of men).

One of the statistics that made me very happy was that a majority of both genders knew the importance of checking credit reports. The women still won out in this question but the answer was close (77 percent of women versus 72 percent of men). Remember: Check your credit reports regularly!

There was one area where the gender split was reversed: Men turned out to be more skeptical than women about credit repair agencies. It turns out that 40 percent of women are more trusting and believe that these companies are always or usually helpful.

What can we learn from this poll? Well, I dont want to speculate about why women have a higher level of accurate credit knowledge than men but we can learn that there is still a lot of misinformation out there — among both men and women — and it is incumbent upon all of us to work hard to master our own credit by becoming informed.

(And boys, you have some catching up to do!)

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MONEY & THE LAW: Take care dealing with credit, debt repair

On Dec. 12, Colorado Attorney General (and chief consumer watchdog) John Suthers announced that his office had chased down another violator of Colorados Uniform Debt Management Services Act.

This time the scofflaw company, out of Plano, Texas, operated in Colorado under the name CreditAnswers. In a legal proceeding that began in February 2012, CreditAnswers and its chief executive officer, William Loughborough, were accused of multiple violations of Colorado law. The case was settled with a payment to Colorado of $225,000 and a permanent injunction prohibiting CreditAnswers and Loughborough from ever again having anything to do with debt management activities in this state.

To back up a bit, the Colorado Uniform Debt Management Services Act is a long and complicated statute (42 sections) intended to reign in the activities of companies that charge fees in exchange for attempts to obtain concessions from creditors. Debt management companies market their services as an alternative to bankruptcy, promise customers a better nights sleep, and, on occasion, suggest they are vital to economic recovery since people relieved of debt problems will again become consumers of goods and services.

Another industry that markets its services to people with debt-related problems falls into a category called credit repair. Credit repair organizations offer to assist in improving credit records, histories and ratings. Colorado also has a less-detailed statute policing this industry: the Colorado Credit Services Organization Act. A federal statute, the Credit Repair Organizations Act, covers similar water.

For a long time now, debt management and credit repair companies (including those operating as nonprofit, tax exempt charities) have been a source of consumer complaints. In response, state and federal laws have focused on full disclosure of terms; written contracts using clear and conspicuous language; a several-day right to cancel after a contract is signed; prohibitions against false advertising; criminal background checks on owners, officers and employees; and segregated bank accounts.

Despite what would seem to be a hostile regulatory environment, the Colorado Attorney Generals website lists 48 companies having active registrations under the Uniform Debt Management Services Act. (Only two of these have a primary business address in Colorado.)

Seven of the registrants have a disciplinary action on their record. Reports for 2012 show that 5,691 consumer contracts were entered into that year involving $125 million in consumer debt. So this is big business, especially in hard economic times.

A good source of reliable information for people with debt management and credit problems is the Federal Trade Commissions website, www.ftc.gov. There, the tips and advice tab on the home page will take you to several good articles dealing with debt management, credit repair and credit counseling – and telling you what to look for. Anyone considering hiring a debt management or credit repair company should read these articles as a first step.

If you think youve been abused by a company, you can file a complaint with the Colorado Attorney Generals office: 1-800-222-4444 or coloradoattorneygeneral.gov.

Jim Flynn is a private attorney
with Flynn Wright Fredman LLC
in Colorado Springs.
Email: moneylaw@jtflynn.com.

WR Grace Seeks Okay on Bankruptcy Exit Loans of Up to $1.55 Billion

Banks are lined up to provide up to $1.55 billion worth of loans to WR Grace amp; Co. ( GRA ) when the specialty chemical
company ends a dozen-year stay in bankruptcy at the end of this month, court papers say.

The financing, which carries some $21.25 million worth of fees, is being coordinated globally by affiliates of Goldman
Sachs Group Inc. ( GS ) and Deutsche Bank AG ( DB ). It involves affiliates or units of Bank of America Corp. ( BAC )
Citigroup Inc. ( C ), HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBC), Commerzbank AG (CRZBY), KeyBanc Capital Markets Inc., PNC Financial
Services Group Inc. (PNC) and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp. (J.SMF).

At a Jan. 29 hearing in the US Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, Del., Grace will seek court authority to enter into
the loan commitments along with other final touches on a Chapter 11 restructuring that will remove from the Maryland
company the threat of billions of dollars worth of liabilities for injuries linked to asbestos, a toxic material used
decades ago.

Bankruptcy exit financing is likely to include a $700 million senior secured term loan, a $200 million euro
equivalent senior secured term loan, a $250 million senior secured delayed draw term loan, a senior secured revolving
loan of up to $250 million and a multicurrency senior secured revolving loan of up to $150 million, according to papers
filed Tuesday.

The money will be used to pay in full all outstanding claims, left at the end of the bankruptcy, such as the $1.1
billion Grace has agreed to pay investors in the bank loans it carried with it into bankruptcy in 2001.

Additionally, there will be cash contributions to the trusts that will pay off the asbestos claims that drove Grace to
seek Chapter 11 protection, as well as money for working capital and other general corporate purposes for Grace.

The revolving loans likely wont be drawn down on the exit date, court papers say, but the money will be there for
Grace, once a prime lawsuit target for victims of asbestos-related disease and now a thriving global specialty chemical
and building material producer with a market capitalization of $7.4 billion.

Grace has been assembling its exit financing package for years, while its Chapter 11 plan worked through a series of
courts. In November 2013, after a federal appeals court in Philadelphia ruled for Grace on a series of appeals of its
confirmed Chapter 11 plan, talks with the banks started up again in earnest, court papers say.

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The Best Balance Transfer Credit Cards of 2014, Announced by Creditnet.com

NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – Jan 7, 2014) – With the beginning of a new year, its time to pay off holiday debt and start fresh. Although this may sound hard, an easy way to simplify debt is by using a balance transfer credit card. Balance transfer credit cards help consumers to reduce debt by consolidating their debt onto one card. People can shift high interest credit card balances to low interest cards, thus saving money and making it easier to pay off their debt.

Today, Creditnet, a leading website on credit cards, announced the top balance transfer credit cards of 2014. In creating their list, experts from Creditnet took into account many factors, including balance transfer terms, introductory offers, annual fees, cardholder perks, customer reviews, and expert opinions. According to Creditnets findings, these are the three best balance transfer credit cards for the coming year:

1. Discover it

Discover its 18 Month Balance Transfer card allows you to pay 0% interest for up to 18 months on all balance transfers. Furthermore, there is 0% intro APR on purchases for 6 months. There are no annual fees, no overlimit fees, and no foreign transaction fees. Their generous cash back program offers 5% cash back on up to $1500 in specific purchases that change each quarter (currently for restaurant and movie purchases) and 1% cash back on all other purchases. They even offer a free FICO credit score on your monthly statement, so you will always know your credit score. With their generous cash back program, excellent customer service, and low interest rates, the Discover it card is Creditnets top pick for balance transfer credit cards today.

2. Citi Simplicity Visa Card

The Citi Simplicity Visa Card is another great card for balance transfers. They also offer 0% intro APR on balance transfers for 18 months. Furthermore, they offer 0% interest on purchases for the first 18 months. There are no late fees, no penalty rates, and no annual fees ever. The Citi Simplicity Visa Card has a generous credit line and great 24/7 customer service. This card, with its long no interest periods and lack of fees, is one of Creditnets best options for consumers looking for a good balance transfer credit card.

3. Barclaycard Ring MasterCard

The Barclaycard Ring MasterCard rounds off Creditnets list of the best balance transfer credit cards with no balance transfer fees and a low variable 8% APR on balance transfers and purchases. There are no annual fees, and you can earn great rewards with the Barclaycard Ring MasterCards Giveback program. You can even choose your card benefits and features. In addition, you receive complimentary FICO scores as a benefit to active card members. All of these features make it an excellent card for balance transfers.

If you would like to simplify your debt and save money, these are the best credit cards for balance transfers of 2014. Consumers looking for more options for reducing debt or comparing credit cards can visit Creditnet for further details.

About Creditnet:

Creditnet is an authority credit card comparison site that offers innovative comparison tools to help users find the best credit card for their needs. In addition, the Creditnet Credit Talk Forum is a community of over 100,000 members that discuss credit cards, credit, debt, and credit repair daily.

Free Credit Repair Help Now Available with the 30 Day Credit Miracle

Los Angeles, CA — (SBWIRE) — 12/26/2013 — The creators of the popular credit repair product, 30 Day Credit Miracle, are pleased to announce that the product is now 100% FREE. Consumers that are looking to fix damaged credit are now able to instantly download the do it yourself kit from the products website. “We felt that with 2014 right around the corner it was the perfect time to reveal this amazing news. The majority of US consumers that desire to improve their credit simply cannot afford to pay the several hundred and even several thousands of dollars that credit repair companies charge. Now, with the 30 Day Credit Miracle that same consumer can use the same methods that these companies use and do it from the comfort of their own home,” stated a representative of the website.

Along with the obvious money savings that consumers benefit from they also avoid any potential security issues. The website representative added, “There are a lot of bad companies out there that simply take the consumers money and don’t do any work. There isn’t anything that these companies can do that the consumer can’t do on their own. The 30 Day Credit Miracle shows them exactly what they need to do, while providing them with free credit repair. There are also several fake companies that pop up with the goal of stealing personal information. When consumers send in copies of their identification such as driver’s licenses and social security cards they are never sure as to who is receiving them and who has access to them. That is a major security concern that they avoid when doing the credit repair on their own.”

There is also the concern of whether or not credit card details are safe and secure with some companies. This concern is also avoided by using the 30 Day Credit Miracle since no payment is required. Consumers simply visit the website and download the product. “In addition to the actual 30 Day Credit Miracle program that shows how to fix your credit for free we also include two bonuses for every consumer. The first shows them how they can instantly obtain a credit card and the other shows them how to quickly give their credit score a major boost,” explained the website representative.

About The 30 Day Credit Miracle
The 30 Day Credit Miracle is a 100% free downloadable do it yourself credit repair program. It shows the steps needed to follow in order to clean up bad credit, resulting in improved credit scores. This free option allows consumers to avoid having to hire an expensive credit repair company and put personal and financial information at risk. Consumers that would like to improve their credit are encouraged to visit the website http://www.30daycreditmiracle.com and download the free credit repair kit. There is no cost to use the free do it yourself credit repair kit.

McMahon bankruptcy filing won’t affect Steakhouse operation

Bob McMahon has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for one of his companies, averting a scheduled auction of the eight-building complex he owns at North Swan and East Fort Lowell roads.

The bankruptcy filing last week for McMahon Properties LLC will give the Tucson restaurateur time to restructure his debts while continuing day-to-day operations.

McMahon listed on bankruptcy forms estimated debts between $1 million and $10 million to various creditors. The largest is Alliance Bank of Arizona, which lent McMahon Properties LLC $6 million to buy the 5-acre parcel.

In November, McMahon said he owed the bank $5.2 million.

Other debts include: $82,355 in back taxes owed to Pima County, $9,194 to CB Richard Ellis, $8,469 to The Sage Tax Group and $5,090 to Watson Refrigeration.

An attorney representing McMahon, Scott Gibson, confirmed the bankruptcy filing has postponed the planned auction of property at Swan and Fort Lowell.

The property, owned by McMahon Properties LLC, has several commercial tenants, most notably McMahon’s Prime Steakhouse and the offices of Metro Restaurants, which manages McMahon’s restaurant properties in the Tucson and Green Valley areas.

Reached by phone, McMahon said the decision was the best option for his business as he looks for new investors.

“It was the best course of action,” he said.

The Chapter 11 filing does not affect the popular steakhouse bearing the well-known Tucson restaurateur’s name, as it is not part of McMahon Properties LLC.

The steakhouse is not closing, McMahon said again on Thursday.

The award-winning steakhouse is just one of several tenants on the 5-acre property that has a lease with McMahon Properties LLC, he said.

A number of other tenants on the property are health-related, part of a nearby medical plaza.

McMahon has scaled back the size of Metro Restaurants over the last few years, closing several high-profile restaurants.

In the early 2000s, McMahon was at one point running nine restaurants.

Currently, Metro Restaurants operates five restaurants in Southern Arizona as well as a cigar bar inside McMahon’s Prime Steakhouse.