Год издания: 2006
Количество страниц: 225
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Foreword by Joseph Wells, Founder of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners How did the most trusted financial system in the world become the breeding ground for the massive corruption uncovered in the Enron and Worldcom scandals? The simple answer is greed. Greed so blinded CEO's, auditors, and even members of Congress that they allowed a gang of rogue executives to rig the game and cheat investors out of $200 billion, wiping out the life savings of many unsuspecting Americans. In Corporate Crooks, veteran USA Today investigative journalist Greg Farrell explains how this breakdown happened. The book shows how incentive compensation for CEOs, combined with the decline of the American auditing industry, led to a series of spectacular accounting frauds, not just at Enron and WorldCom, but at other companies as well. Farrell details how a series of seemingly minor Congressional actions?from a law penalizing corporations for paying salaries in excess of $1 million to a Senate...