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Published November 3, 2000
The WALL STREET JOURNAL INTERACTIVE's Jennifer Rewick writes that VA-based PSINet Inc., the "once highflying and fast-growing" ISP, posted a "much wider loss" for its third quarter and "warned" that fourth quarter results "will be lower than expected." PSINet Chair & CEO William Schrader said that the company "would sell some of its assets and reduce planned capital expenditures through next year" (WSJ.com, 11/3)....In Miami, Greg Cote writes that NetZero and Verizon Wireless are among finalists to acquire naming rights to Pro Player Stadium (MIAMI HERALD, 11/3).