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Arthur Andersen returns 12 years after Enron scandal

Former partners at accountant buy rights to name more than a decade after one of world's biggest corporate scandals One of the financial world's most infamous names is making a comeback, more than a decade after a major accounting scandal saw ... Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 4 weeks ago
Tax Firm to Revive Arthur Andersen Name Yahoo! Xtra Business, 4 weeks ago

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Verdict on 'India's Enron' fraud trial delayed

A court in India trying former business executives over one of India's biggest corporate fraud scandals at IT group Satyam delayed Monday its verdict until later this month, a lawyer said. The former chairman of the outsourcing giant, B. Ramalinga ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 months ago Verdict on India's Satyam fraud trial delayed  Channel NewsAsia2 months ago Verdict on India's Enron fraud trial delayed  Gulf Times2 months ago
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Enron clinched it with quit threat

The Union Cabinet cleared the counter guarantee clause for Enron Development Corporation's Dabhol Power Company under a threat from the US-based multinational to pull out of the 2,105-mw gas based project. The US company has been guaranteed payments ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

Pop Quiz: Can You Identify America's Most Scandalous Corporations?

Enron. Lehman Brothers. There are certain names that some of us might automatically associate with some of the biggest corporate abuse headlines of our times, but could you pick out an imposter in a crowd of marauders? A short quiz challenges ...
 TakePart2 months ago
BusinessWeek

Enron buster back at Justice, taking aim at executives

Lawmakers, in what has become something of a Washington ritual, criticized the Justice Department this week for not holding individual bankers to account for the financial crisis. So, the Justice Department has given the job to Godzilla. More ...
 Yahoo! Finance2 weeks ago Enron-Busting `Godzilla' Aids Government's Hunt for Crime  Bloomberg2 weeks ago Enron Team Godzilla Turns Crime-Buster With Eye on Individuals  GARP2 weeks ago Enron buster is back at Justice, taking aim at individual bankers  Crains ChicagoBusiness2 weeks ago
BBC

Arthur Andersen Name Resurrected 12 Years After Firm's Collapse

Sept. 2 (Bloomberg) -- More than a decade after Enron Corp. auditor Arthur Andersen cratered in the wake of a federal indictment, some of its former partners are resurrecting the name. WTAS LLC, a San Francisco-based tax consultancy founded out of ...
 Washington Post4 weeks ago Arthur Andersen Name Returns Decade After Firm's Collapse  Bloomberg4 weeks ago Auditor Arthur Andersen name returns decade after Enron's fall  IOL3 weeks ago Arthur Andersen name resurrected  BBC3 weeks ago

Best Corporate Retirement Plans: An Even Better List

For far too many of us, when switching jobs or taking a first professional position out of college, the employer's retirement savings plan is an afterthought. If the plan appears weak, we tell ourselves well save a little extra on our own; if it ...
 Forbes.com3 weeks ago

Lessons learned from corporate collapses

[September 04, 2014] (Daily Financial Times (Sri Lanka) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) A journalist once asked Harold Macmillan, the then British Prime Minister, what he feared most would threaten his government. Events, my dear boy, ...
 TMC Net3 weeks ago

Corporate Deadbeats: How Companies Get Rich Off Of Taxes

You and your wallet have a big stake in huge tax-dodging deals being crafted by big American companies, like Burger King merging with Tim Hortons, the Canadian coffee and doughnut chain. Burger King is looking to swap the 35 percent corporate tax ...
 MSNBC Newsweek3 weeks ago

It's Extortion or Justice Facing U.S. Corporations: Opening Line

We darn near choked on a sub-headline of the Economist magazine's 3,800-word sympathy card to U.S. companies that are accused of wrongdoing: Corporate America is finding it ever harder to stay on the right side of the law. Oh, cry us a river.
 Bloomberg3 weeks ago
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