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The collapse of Enron — and the role of the Arthur Andersen accounting firm in the debacle — have focused new attention on the accounting industry and its practices. Diane and her guests look at accounting industry reforms being proposed in the Enron aftermath.
- Bob Kueppers partner at Deloitte & Touche
- Damon Silvers AFL-CIO
- Dave Cotton certified public accountant
- Lynn Turner Professor of Accounting at Colorado State University and former Chief Accountant at the SEC
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