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24 Days: How Two “Wall Street Journal” Reporters Uncovered the Lies That Destroyed Faith in Corporate America
Rebecca Smith (au); John R. Emshwiller (au)
The gripping, untold chronicle of the investigative process that broke through Enron’s stonewalling & exposed its inner workings, setting in motion a chain of events that shook the public’s trust in big business, Wall Street, & the accounting profession. In Aug. 2001, Jeffrey Skilling unexpectedly resigned from his job as CEO of Enron. Emshwiller interviewed Skilling who confirmed the reporters’ suspicions that he hadn’t quit for “personal reasons.” The 2 reporters, with the help of confidential inside sources, were able to expose an audacious scheme: Andrew Fastow’s off-balance-sheet partnerships that hid Enron’s failings & inflated its value by billions of dollars. This book gives a reporter’s-eye view of the tug-of-war between journalists & a giant corp. Photos.
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