Interest groups struggle over electricity business standards

Consumer advocate Barbara Alexander, a consultant for the American Association of Retired Persons, argued against uniform business standards, saying such decisions should be reserved for the individual states, and �not a national forum that would allow 50 states to avoid doing their job.�

HOUSTON, Texas, Nov. 28, 2000—About $300 billion in commodities will have been traded on EnronOnline by year end, exceeding the company’s wildest expectations, and outstripping early forecasts for all e-commerce potential, says Michael S. McConnell, chief executive of Enron Global Markets, a unit of Enron Corp.

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