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New York Times Looks at Issues from All Sides in Excite Case

Today's New York Times has an article on the current situation in the Excite@Home bankruptcy case. This is one of the more comprehensive stories we've seen in terms of laying out the positions of all of the parties in the case.

Of course, they don't say much about how any of the possible settlements would actually affect the paying customers. But, talking about downstream impact on customers is probably beyond what can be expected in a news article. That would be crossing the line into making predictions based on expected outcomes. Who really knows what Judge Thomas E. Carlson is inclined to do at this point?

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