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Wed April 16, 2014
With deals made with creditors, what's next in Detroit's bankruptcy?
It's turning into a momentous week in Detroit's quest to exit bankruptcy.
First came a deal with two global banks: UBS and Bank of America.
Then, an agreement with leaders of Detroit's retired police and firefighters.
That was followed late yesterday by a settlement with the remaining Detroit retirees.
Daniel Howes, a business columnist with The Detroit News, talks with us about the next challenges in the Detroit bankruptcy saga.
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