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Scandals Echo on Wall Street

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Scandals Echo on Wall Street

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Scandals Echo on Wall Street

Scandals Echo on Wall Street

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From Enron to Martha Stewart, the last year has seen its share of crackdowns on alleged corporate corruption and white-collar crime. After troubles at Worldcom, Adelphia and other firms, the SEC is now eyeing reform in the mutual fund sector. Martha Stewart is scheduled to appear in court this week. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.