Internet access provicer Thursday saw
its shares tumble nearly 16 percent to close at 6-5/8, down 1-1/4, after
the company said it would pay $250,000 to settle a multi-state action with
state attorneys general over consumer complaints of being charged after
canceling service or incurring long distance charges to access service.
The company also said it would cut 140 workers from its payroll as it
concentrates on its telecommunications business, rather than its dial-up