WorldCom NPR's Jim Zarroli reports on WorldCom's bankruptcy protection filing Sunday night. It's the largest such filing in corporate history. The telecommunications company is more than $30 billion in debt. Corporate leaders say bankruptcy will give the company a chance to develop a strategy for managing its troubles.
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NPR's Jim Zarroli reports on WorldCom's bankruptcy protection filing Sunday night. It's the largest such filing in corporate history. The telecommunications company is more than $30 billion in debt. Corporate leaders say bankruptcy will give the company a chance to develop a strategy for managing its troubles.