Arthur Andersen deserved to die. In 2001, the accounting firm was one of the “Big Five” auditors in the country with around 85,000 employees and a thriving consulting business. But while it was named for a prickly and principled Chicago accountant, by the turn of the century Arthur Andersen had become an accomplice to some...
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