Edison unit may cut workforce, spending if debt isn’t collected

ROSEMEAD, California, Nov 10, 2000 (Bloomberg)– Edison International’s electric utility may cut its workforce and reduce capital spending if it can’t collect more than $2 billion in debt, utility Chairman Stephen Frank told employees in a letter.

Nov. 14, 2000 (123jump.com)–The IPO race has become very tough in the face of a tumbling Nasdaq Composite Index – particularly so for contenders wearing computer, Internet or telecom labels.

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