You don't want to miss today's Happy Hour -- formerly Martini Chat -- as we delve into the meaning of the Enron implosion through the eyes of an energy industry executive.
Southern Company President and Chief Executive Office Allen Franklin sat down with Happy Hour co-host Christopher Edmonds to discuss the impact of Enron on his company and the electric power industry. He also takes an in-depth look at the growth prospects for Southern on the heels of solid earnings growth in 2001. And, in this one-on-one interview, Franklin discusses the future of the power deregulation movement and consolidation in his industry.
Plus, the traditional Happy Hour markets roundtable, this week with Tony Dwyer of Kirlin Securities and Howard Alter of Alter Asset Management.
You can join co-host Eric Gillin, along with Edmonds, by clicking on the Happy Hour tile at the top of the
home page at 4 p.m. EST today.
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