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Several major cable providers struck a deal with troubled Internet provider Excite@Home that will keep their subscribers connected to the company's broadband network for the next three months.
Despite a spike in Internet news site visitors since the Sept. 11 attacks, MSNBC.com is laying off 9 percent of its workforce, or around 18 staff members.
One day after Enron files for the largest corporate bankruptcy in U.S. history, two major banks provide short-term rescue package for the collapsed energy giant and former Wall Street favorite.
In the largest corporate bankruptcy in U.S. history, Enron filed for creditor protection of its U.S. energy businesses. It also hit Dynegy with $10 billion suit for breach of contract yesterday; Dynegy responded Monday with a counter-suit.
Enron, the nation's largest energy dealer, remains in crisis today, facing what could be the largest-ever U.S. corporate bankruptcy.
Energy experts discuss the collapse of Enron, the largest energy trading firm in the United States.
A background report on the fall of energy giant Enron.
Dynegy Inc. withdrew its offer to acquire Enron, once the top trader of natural gas and electricity in the United States, after two major credit agencies downgraded Enron's bonds to junk status.
The debate over what to do about the U.S. economy continues. After a Kwame Holman report on the economy debate in Congress, Paul Solman discusses the economic realities with experts.
Microsoft yesterday proposed a deal to end class-action lawsuits accusing the software giant of using its monopoly power to overcharge consumers.
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