February 12, 2013

Is Another Enron Possible in Today's Market?

Ken Silverstein, Forbes


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The wintry mess in New England is posing a perplexing question: Whether the confusion and the unusually high energy demand can serve as catalysts to manipulate open electricity markets there, and elsewhere around the country. . .

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