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MCI Exits Bankruptcy After WorldCom Debacle

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MCI Exits Bankruptcy After WorldCom Debacle

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MCI Exits Bankruptcy After WorldCom Debacle

MCI Exits Bankruptcy After WorldCom Debacle

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Long-distance telephone company MCI, formerly known as WorldCom, emerges from bankruptcy. The telecommunications giant crumbled two years ago due to an accounting scandal. NPR's Jack Speer reports.

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