With the unemployment rate reaching the highest level in eight years and the stock market sluggish, is the economy still on the road to recovery? Two experts assess.
Ray Suarez looks into the rise and fall of WorldCom, once a major player in the telecommunications industry, with Blair Levin, telecommunications analyst at Legg Mason and former chief of staff at the FCC; and Anna-Maria Kovacs, a telecommunications analyst…
Does a sudden jump in the growth of the U.S. economy mean an end to the recession? Three economists assess the prospects for a continued recovery.
By a 334-90 vote, the House approved Republican-backed legislation aimed at overhauling both the accounting industry and the corporate audit system in the wake of Enron's sudden collapse.
Negotiations to settle criminal charges of obstruction of justice against accounting firm Arthur Andersen unexpectedly collapsed Thursday, possibly paving the way for a trial next month.
Negotiations to settle criminal charges of obstruction of justice against accounting firm Arthur Andersen unexpectedly collapsed this week. Ray Suarez discusses the details with New York Times reporter Kurt Eichenwald.
Kwame Holman covers the congressional debate over extending the Bush administration's tax cuts.
The House passes a Republican-sponsored bill to reform private pension plans after thousands of employees lost their savings in the Enron collapse.
David Duncan, the former Arthur Andersen auditor who oversaw the Enron account, pleaded guilty to one count of obstruction of justice for his efforts to destroy documents related to his work for the energy giant.
Elizabeth Brackett of WTTW-Chicago reports on how Arthur Andersen's corporate problems are affecting its employees.
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