Enron Collapse

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Host Bob Edwards speaks with Arthur Levitt, former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, about the lucrative consulting deals between accounting firms and the companies they audit. Levitt says the financial conflict of interest between Enron and its accountant, Arthur Andersen & Company, is front and center in the Enron bankruptcy scandal.



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