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A jury finds former WorldCom Inc. chief executive Bernard Ebbers (search) guilty on all counts of conspiracy, securities fraud and filing false documents in the $11 billion accounting scheme that bankrupted the telecommunications company.
Is this the type of closure investors need to go back to stocks? We'll ask Jordan Kimmell, president and portfolio manager at Magnet Investment Group; Brian Belski, fundamental market strategist for U.S. Bancorp Piper Jaffray; Barry Ritholtz, market strategist for Maxim Group, and Tom Adkins of CommonConservative.com.
Carly Fiorina, Harry Stonecipher, Michael Eisner and now Maurice Greenberg — all once CEOs of high profile companies, all now looking for new jobs. Is this a case of board members feeling the heat? We'll ask Rosabeth Kanter, professor at the Harvard Business School and author of "Confidence."
Are corporate criminals giving corporate America a bad rap? Michele Hunt , author of "Dream Makers," weighs in.
And, we'll get reaction from Kim Emigh, former manager for WorldCom who blew the whistle on WorldCom more than four years ago.
It's a volatile industry whose stocks often rise and fall based on a single drug's results. Should you be investing in biotech? (search) We'll get insight from Robert Langreth , senior editor at Forbes magazine.
Plus, do you give up your right to privacy the minute you connect to the Internet? Ben Ferguson, radio talk show host, and Declan McCullagh , chief political correspondent at CNET News, join the debate.
Wednesday, March 16
From the battle over Social Security to the president's plan for the War on Terror, the war of words on Capitol Hill is heating up. Now Karl Rove (search), President Bush's top political strategist, fires back.
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