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July 22, 2002 - July 26, 2002
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Monday, July 22, 2002
First, an update
from Kwame Holman on telecom giant WorldCom's bankruptcy filing.
Jim Lehrer then discusses the development with Susan Kalla, a
telecommunications analyst with Friedman, Billings and Ramsey,
a brokerage firm; Bob Atkinson, director of policy research at
Columbia University's Institute for Tele-Information; and Lynn
Lopucki, professor of bankruptcy law at UCLA.
Gwen Ifill discusses the volatile performance of the stock
market with Terry Savage, a personal finance columnist for the
Chicago Sun Times and author of The Savage Truth On
Money; and David Kotok, president of Cumberland Advisors,
a money management firm in New Jersey.
Health Care Costs
Health correspondent Susan Dentzer reports on skyrocketing
health care costs.
Margaret Warner talks with author Jenet Conant about Tuxedo
Park, her new book about a millionaire investor with a passion