Wall Street divided over fate of Duke CEO Rogers
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Wall Street divided over fate of Duke CEO Rogers

Raleigh : NC : USA | Aug 06, 2012 at 8:24 PM PDT
Source: Charlotte Observer Online
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Monday, Aug. 06, 2012 A month after Duke Energy's abrupt ouster of CEO Bill Johnson, Wall Street remains divided over how much of a threat the controversy poses to the Charlotte-based power company and longtime CEO Jim Rogers. Some analysts and investors are beginning to talk openly about the urgency... FULL ARTICLE AT Charlotte Observer Online
 
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