The Justice Department has confirmed it has opened a criminal investigation a fraud investigation of Enron Corp., nearly one month after the former energy giant collapsed in the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history.
A background report from Spencer Michael on the latest in the Enron investigation.
The Justice Department begins a criminal investigation of the former energy giant Enron.
With Argentina declaring bankruptcy and devaluing its peso, how will the U.S. and international lenders respond?…
Experts check the pulse of the U.S. regional economy at the start of 2002, and consider which states were hit hardest by the recession.
Margaret Warner reports on the arrival of the Euro. Then, for more details on this monetary transition in Europe, she speaks with C. Fred Bergsten, Klaus Friedrich, and Gerry Baker.
Argentina's fifth president in two weeks took office amid protests. Two experts discuss the challenges he and his country face in the months ahead.
Terence Smith looks at how charities are faring in the post-Sept. 11th holiday season.
Industry analysts discuss the current status and the future of the airline industry.
Argentina's new president reissues the state of emergency amidst continuing violence.
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