My Own Private Enron

Sloan, Allan
February 2002
Newsweek;2/11/2002, Vol. 139 Issue 6, p41
Describes the author's investment in Global Crossing, the telecommunication firm that went bankrupt. How investors feel after a stock peaks and collapses; The plight of Enron Corp. employees who lost the entire value of their 401(k) plans.


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