The Enron Corp. bankruptcy filing is the largest in U.S. history and wiped out the pensions of thousands of workers. Now it is being investigated by the Justice Department, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and several Senate committees, and it’s the subject of a lawsuit. A panel talks about the unfolding developments in this story.

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  • Dan Carney BusinessWeek
  • Patrice Hill The Washington Times
  • Jim Landers The Dallas Morning News

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