Terence Smith looks back on this week's volatile stock market with Gretchen Morgensen, financial writer and columnist for The New York Times.
AOL Time Warner disclosed Wednesday that the Securities and Exchange Commission had launched an investigation into accounting practices at its America Online division.
Congress passes a corporate reform bill creating tougher penalties against fraud and stricter oversight of the accounting industry.
The U.S. Justice Dept. arrested five former senior executives of bankrupt cable giant Adelphia Communications Corp., including founder and former CEO John Rigas, Wednesday morning on charges they "looted" millions of dollars from the company.
In the continuing investigation of corporate America, questions are raised about whether the Halliburton Corporation's revenue figures were artificially inflated on Vice President Dick Cheney's watch.
The arrest of five executives from Adelphia cable television company on fraud charges prompts further questions about the state of corporate America.
Spencer Michels reports on the arrests of former executives at the Adelphia cable television company.
Despite assurances from President Bush that the economy remains strong, the stock market fluctuated widely Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average losing over 200 points and closing under 8,000 points for the first time since 1998.
WorldCom, the second-largest U.S. long-distance carrier, filed for bankruptcy protection Sunday night, as the telecom giant collapsed under pressure of a major accounting scandal and its $30 billion of debt.
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…
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