A Great ReadAmey Stone
It's not often that I make it all the way through a newspaper article that takes up two full broadsheet pages (not that there are that many of them to begin with). But I just finished an excerpt in Sunday's New York Times of Kurt Eichenwald's new book about the final days of Enron, Conspiracy of Fools: A True Story (registration required). It's boardroom drama at its best and sheds new light on the company's jaw-dropping implosion.
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