CREDITORS HIT MALDEN PLAN: Officials of bankrupt Malden Mills Industries Inc. said they were in talks with creditors after the company’s official creditors committee issued a court filing that called the Lawrence, Mass.-based mill’s reorganization filings "incomplete, internally inconsistent and occasionally incomprehensible."

The reorganization plan called for the company to pay its creditors in full over a 10-year period, an unusual step that would allow ownership of the company to remain in the hands of chairman Aaron Feuerstein and his family. The creditors in their filing at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the western division of Massachusetts claimed Malden showed insufficient evidence to explain how its annual sales would grow by $80 million in the coming decade. Last year’s sales came in short of the $190 million mark the company had been shooting for.

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