Dynegy sees growth from core energy business

Nov. 6, 2000–Look for Dynegy Corp.’s income to grow at 25%-30% for 2001 and hold steady at 20% growth for the years that follow, Chuck Watson, chairman and CEO, told analysts Tuesday in Houston. Most of the growth will be fueled by the company’s core energy businesses that provide 75% of the net income.

RESTON, Va., Nov. 6, 2000–PowerLine Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of PowerTrust.com, announced today that it has signed a letter of intent with an international organization to hold the rights to market broadband powerline communication products in North America.

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