Enron's Andrew Fastow: The Mistakes I MadeFrancesca Di Meglio
Andrew Fastow, the former chief financial officer at Enron who pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy, forfeited nearly $24 million, and spent more than five years in prison for securities fraud, is sharing his story with business students. To start, Fastow, a graduate of the Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, recently spoke with students at the University of Colorado–Boulder Leeds School of Business. There are already others like him—white-collar criminals—who are making the rounds at B-schools. The idea is to teach future leaders what not to do.
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