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How Can This Be Legal? PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Guest Commentaries
Tuesday, 06 August 2002 18:00
Responding to the bombshell revelation that senior bankers at Citigroup actively helped Enron hide billions in debt, Enron Lawyer of Last Resort Robert Bennett deftly summed up the real reasons for the current economic crisis: “Most of the problems – not all of them – are things that have been legal and acceptable.

 
Understanding Corporate-Fraud Scandals: Follow the Auditors PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Guest Commentaries
Tuesday, 06 August 2002 18:00
After the scandals at Enron and WorldCom, a lot of people and investors are asking: Are there a lot more companies out there with serious accounting problems? The answer is yes, and the reason is pretty simple.

 
Illinois Legislature and Ethics Just Don’t Mix PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Guest Commentaries
Tuesday, 30 July 2002 18:00
Lately, the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) has been trying to put the best possible face on state-government ethics. But despite some positive press coverage, the group’s spin falls way short, particularly when it comes to Illinois.

 
Daniels Probe Leaves Illinois GOP with Few Good Alternatives PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Guest Commentaries
Tuesday, 16 July 2002 18:00
Illinois House Republican Leader Lee Daniels summoned his top lieutenants to Springfield last week for what was billed as an election strategy session. Instead, the meeting immediately morphed into a war council, as Daniels and his leadership team talked about how to fend off a surprisingly strong coup attempt.

 
Vote with Your Remote: Phil Donahue for National TV Host PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Guest Commentaries
Tuesday, 09 July 2002 18:00
There’s a new election just around the corner, and Phil Donahue is the candidate who deserves your vote. In fact, all of us who are interested in watching stimulating television and hearing independent voices and fresh points of view on corporate TV should tune into MSNBC at 7 p.

 
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