Enron and the PressBy
This is an item which won't interest most people, I'm afraid. But it's something that I've thought a lot about. When the Enron scandal broke in 2001, there was a lot of breast beating about how business journalists failed, how the press should have dug deeper and not drunk the Kool-Aid, how it should have been clear to anyone with even half a brain that Enron was a complete fraud.
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