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Market Watch (Enron / Bankruptcy) #652572

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 03, 2001
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(Studio: John Roberts) The filing of Chapter 11 bankruptcy by Enron reported.

(New York: Anthony Mason) The firing of 4,000 Enron workers reported. [Enron employee Joann MATSON - says losing her job is a nightmare; says the employees are paying the price.] [On PBS "Frontline", Enron CEO Kenneth LAY - defends Enron's financial practices.] [Former Enron CEO Jeffrey SKILLING - says Enron is "on the side of the angels."] [EMPLOYEE - says Skilling's picture was on a dartboard.] ["BusinessWeek" Dan BUECKE - says those who sold out Enron shares did better than employees who had to hold on to them.]

Mason, Anthony;
Roberts, John

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