WorldCom's Quest to Clean Up Its Image WorldCom executives perpetuated one of the largest frauds in corporate history by misstating earnings by at least $9 billion. Now the telecommunications company has reclaimed the name MCI, and is striving to rebuild its tattered reputation. NPR's Jim Zarroli profiles the company's first ethics officer.
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WorldCom's Quest to Clean Up Its Image

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WorldCom's Quest to Clean Up Its Image

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WorldCom's Quest to Clean Up Its Image

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WorldCom executives perpetuated one of the largest frauds in corporate history by misstating earnings by at least $9 billion. Now the telecommunications company has reclaimed the name MCI, and is striving to rebuild its tattered reputation. NPR's Jim Zarroli profiles the company's first ethics officer.