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It's the Phone Man At the Door -- and He Has a Deal on Cable TV: As Competition Breaks Out, A Traveling Salesman Finds a Jaded AudienceThe Wall Street Journal reports on the emerging "Head-to-head competition for cable-TV service." The story looks at Ameritech's door-to-door marketing strategy, which attracting many of the disappointed customers of local cable providers.
A federal convict is badgering public companies by suing them in small claims court for shareholder fraud. All this despite not owning any stocks in the companies he sues.
A five-part series on America's voting system labelled "Broken Ballot." The Journal reveals the loopholes in the voting system such as lack of resources, limited polling hours, how the process deters minorities, problems during counting, use of technology and, the role 'brokers' play
Detroit News investigates problems with McDonnell Douglas's MD-80 aircraft following crash of one in Detroit; finds deregulation and mergers have had an impact on pilots and flying, and the MD-80 had history of problems that might have contributed to the crash, Nov. 15-30, 1987.