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The decision said jury instructions at trial were too vague and broad for jurors to determine correctly whether Andersen obstructed justice.
Originally posted by GradyPhilpott
I can't say that I followed the Enron case very closely, but based on what I saw, it was a prime example of greed gone wild from the top to the bottom.
However, as W. C. Fields was wont to say, "You can't cheat an honest man." Every bit of advice I have ever heard regarding investments includes the caveat, "Diversify! Diversify! Diversify!" Those who lost everything in the Enron scandal were blinded by their greed to the widely accepted admonitions of history.
[edit on 05/5/31 by GradyPhilpott]