Judge OKs WorldCom Settlement A federal bankruptcy judge approves an agreement by WorldCom to settle the largest financial fraud case in U.S. history with a payment of $750 million in cash and stock. The approval clears the way for the telecom giant to emerge from bankruptcy this fall. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.
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Judge OKs WorldCom Settlement

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Judge OKs WorldCom Settlement

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A federal bankruptcy judge approves an agreement by WorldCom to settle the largest financial fraud case in U.S. history with a payment of $750 million in cash and stock. The approval clears the way for the telecom giant to emerge from bankruptcy this fall. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.