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Reports Link Ebbers to WorldCom Accounting Scandal

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Reports Link Ebbers to WorldCom Accounting Scandal

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Reports Link Ebbers to WorldCom Accounting Scandal

Reports Link Ebbers to WorldCom Accounting Scandal

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A report by an independent law firm and a bankruptcy court review by former U.S. attorney general Richard Thornburgh tie ex-WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers, other executives and auditors to the firm's accounting scandal and a stock collapse that cost investors an estimated $180 billion. Hear NPR's Jack Speer.

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