401k Reforms

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After thousands of Enron employees lost their retirement savings when the company went bankrupt, corporate America pledged to diversify 401k investments. But many companies are even more heavily invested in their own stock than they were before the Enron collapse. NPR's Jackie Northam reports on reform measures that may be in the works.

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