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Here are just a few of today's headlines (see attachment for full stories):
* It was a $5 billion day at EnronOnline: Think back to the birth of
a year ago. Enron CEO Kenneth Lay told us here that he and Skilling didn't
about that venture until it was about to be launched although lower level
had 300 people working on the plan...
* DSL server down? Listen to this: Imagine. For a couple days recently,
Today's DSL server went dead...
* Enron's Skilling sees utilities breaking into independents: Enron President
Jeffrey Skilling predicts vertically integrated utilities won't be getting
-- merger trends notwithstanding -- but will fragment into many independent
* New Power to get PECO 300,000: It was a friendlier moment -- except for
Mountain Energy -- yesterday as the Pennsylvania PUC voted to transfer nearly
300,000 PECO customers to New Power Co...
* Enron to be world's #1 bandwidth trader: Enron intends being the world's
bandwidth trader, President Jeffery Skilling told the Arthur Andersen
in Houston yesterday...
* Turning California into all public power advances: California Gov Gray
began circulating The Foundation for Taxpayer & Consumer Rights (RT,
proposals yesterday calling for a state takeover of the industry...
To read the story behind the story see the attached file.