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May 31, 2005

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LoB

The CEO would be a good person to hold accountable for the behavior of his/her company. What apparent loopholes or actions were employed to get the Arthur Andersen CEO out of the limelight during these criminal investigations? What about the movers and shakers in the who's who of financial services who aren't, but perhaps should be, in the police spotlight for their shady deals with Enron? Where are they now?

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