Fall of Enron Told in '24 Days' Wall Street Journal reporters Rebecca Smith and John Emshwiller tell how they tracked the collapse of energy giant Enron in their new book 24 Days. The reporters helped unravel one of the biggest white-collar crime stories ever. Hear Smith, Emshwiller and NPR's Renee Montagne.

Fall of Enron Told in '24 Days'

Fall of Enron Told in '24 Days'

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Wall Street Journal reporters Rebecca Smith and John Emshwiller tell how they tracked the collapse of energy giant Enron in their new book 24 Days. The reporters helped unravel one of the biggest white-collar crime stories ever. Hear Smith, Emshwiller and NPR's Renee Montagne.

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