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Coming Sunday

March 17, 2001

REAPING REWARDS: While consumers suffer soaring energy bills and the big electric utilities lurch toward insolvency, the news is not all bad at Southern California Gas Co., where Ray Sasaki, above, works.

BANKRUPTCY BILL: Congress' efforts to reform the country's bankruptcy laws might have unintended consequences--including more bankruptcy filings.

IN REAL ESTATE SECTION

REALTY FEES: Commissions on real estate transactions are changing with "fee for services" plans, in which buyers and sellers save by doing things themselves.

IN WORK PLACE SECTION

JOB CONNECTION: The jury is still out on the effectiveness of online job boards. Many see them as one tool among many available to job seekers.

COMING MONDAY

AILING STOCK: MiniMed, a Northridge maker of infusion pumps for diabetics, has a strong track record of growth, yet its share price has dropped 67% in the last six months.

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