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07/29/2002

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Congress Passes Corporate Fraud Bill

Spurred by a meltdown in the stock market, the U.S. Congress has passed with remarkable speed the biggest changes in corporate accounting practices in six decades.

U.S. House Votes to Give Bush More Trade Power

The U.S. House of Representatives narrowly endorsed a major trade bill that President George W. Bush says could be a key to American supremacy in the world economy and restored vibrancy for American businesses.

Euro-Zone Investment Booms as U.S. Suffers

Net investment in the euro zone almost doubled in May from the previous month as investors poured their money into euro-zone assets.

Beamed Up and Booted Out

If quiet corruption among U.S. congressmen was punishable by expulsion, who'd be left in Congress?

Going Out With a Bang And a Splash

We set off and eight kilometers out, two aircraft suddenly appeared, swooping down over the boat.

Who Really Cooks the Books?

For many years, I've had little confidence in the earnings numbers reported by most corporations.

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