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Parent company will back IPI Saipan: lawyer

Michael Dotts, general counsel for the Saipan casino operator, says that Imperial Pacific International Holdings, the Hong Kong-listed parent company of IPI (CNMI) LLC,...

IPI staff suffer electricity cut as another lawsuit hits the firm

The existential woes of Imperial Pacific International deepened even further this week as Saipan’s utility cut electricity services to its staff housing units over...

IPI at risk of closing permanently

Imperial Pacific International (IPI) has pleaded to the U.S. District Court for the NMI to stay or suspend proceedings related to a lawsuit filed...

IPI hit by power shutoff after nonpayment of energy bill

Imperial Pacific International was briefly hit by a power shutoff this week after falling delinquent on paying its energy bill. The Commonwealth Utilities Corporation (CUC)...

IPI furloughs over 500 employees

Imperial Pacific International has already furloughed 575 employees as of Tuesday last week as a result of the COVID-19 impact, IPI officials said.  According to...

IPI loses US$5.6 million judgement to former contractor

US District Court Judge Ramona V. Manglona has awarded Pacific Rim Land Development a US$5.6 million judgement against Imperial Pacific International for a failure...

IPI files countersuit against former contractor

Imperial Pacific International has accused its former contractor, Pacific Rim Land Development, of providing false information in its lawsuit against the firm, and has...

IPI going lean to survive COVID-19 downturn

Imperial Pacific International has cited the need for a more efficient and effective organization in order to endure the economic hardship caused by the...

IPI contractor lawsuit to proceed

A U.S. District Court in the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands has backed a contractor seeking $5.65 million from Imperial Pacific International, declining the company’s petition to dismiss the case.

IPI 2019 revenue drops as VIP roll collapses

Imperial Pacific International reported a more than 77 percent drop in 2019 revenue and a wider loss as its VIP business dried up.

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