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Boomtime Mania

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With so many high-flying companies imploding, many investors are looking at someone to blame. Suspects abound — crooked executives, compromised accountants and a cheerleading business press. Investors also had a hand in blowing up the technology bubble. No one, it seems, wanted to look too closely at what was behind the boom. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.

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