If you haven't attacked or raided in your Combat Step (Step 3), you may conduct a reorganization in your Reorganization Step (Step 4), by spending 1 supply point. This allows you to freely rearrange all your units, leaders and naval squadrons in play, including moving them between theaters.
A voluntary or court ordered change in the capital structure of a corporation where all the assets of the old corporation are transferred to a newly formed corporation. The objective being to make a fair settlement with its creditors and permit the corporation to continue its business operation.
The altering of a firm's capital, organizational, and/or management structure following a plan worked out during bankruptcy proceedings under chapter 11. The objectives of a reorganization are to eliminate the cause of the failure, settle with creditors, and allow the firm to remain in business.... read full article
the resolving of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy by the emergence of the debtor as a viable business. Generally, the company agrees with creditors on a plan for payment of their claims (plan of reorganization) and emerges from Chapter 11 after the plan is confirmed by the court. repossession - forced, or voluntary surrender of merchandise as result of the customer's failure to pay as promised. there are several type's and descriptions of repossession actions.
A process designed to revive a financially troubled or bankrupt firm. A reorganization involves the restatement of assets and liabilities, and communication with creditors in order to make arrangements for maintaining repayment.
1: Financial restructuring of a corporation in bankruptcy. 2: A department within a brokerage firm that handles client's securities that are merging, being taken over, etc. The department is usually just called "Reorg".
the act of imposing a new organization; organizing differently (often involving extensive and drastic changes); "a committee was appointed to oversee the reorganization of the curriculum"; "top officials were forced out in the cabinet shakeup"
Reorganizations are significant changes in the equity base of a company such as converting all outstanding shares to Common Stock, or combining outstanding shares into a smaller number of shares (a reverse split). A Reorganization is frequently done when a company has already had a few rounds of venture financing but has not been able to successfully increase the value of the company and therefore is doing a Down Round that is essentially a restart of the company.