ComEd CEO Joe Dominguez and Vice President of Compliance David Glockner in a hearing Thursday called to discuss the company’s bribery scandal.

A phalanx of top executives from Commonwealth Edison were grilled for more than five hours Thursday by Chicago City Council members who blasted the credibility of the utility giant in the wake of a $1.3 million bribery scandal that is threatening to tear apart Democratic House leadership in Springfield.

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