WorldCom NPR's Larry Abramson reports on the trend by WorldCom executives testifying Monday in a House hearing on their accounting scandal to plead the fifth. He reports that their unwillingness to share information might make it difficult to prevent future scandals in the industry.
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NPR's Larry Abramson reports on the trend by WorldCom executives testifying Monday in a House hearing on their accounting scandal to plead the fifth. He reports that their unwillingness to share information might make it difficult to prevent future scandals in the industry.