Q&A: Current events

November 2000
Inc.;Nov2000, Vol. 22 Issue 16, p30
Interviews Hugh Holman, senior analyst at CIBC World Markets, about the energy deregulation in the United States. How energy deregulation started; Size of the power industry; Power companies that were created as a result of deregulation; How to profit in the power business.


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