Could more regulation have prevented the collapse of Enron Corporation, the huge energy and online trading company that last month became the largest company in history to declare bankruptcy? That is the question the Senate will pursue in Governmental Affairs Committee hearings that start January 24. The unexpected and sudden failure of the Texas energy giant, the seventh largest company in America, is, in committee chairman Joe...
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