Will Enron's Auditor Sing?


For much of 2001, the partners at Arthur Andersen battled behind closed doors over Enron, a demanding, rule-bending client that paid Andersen more than $50 million a year. At Enron's behest, an Andersen partner considered "too rule oriented" was taken off the account. But the head of the Andersen audit team based inside the Enron building, David Duncan, endured. He was privy to board meetings, conference calls and paper trails as Enron's web of deceit began to unravel--dragging Andersen down too. He's now the government's key witness in its obstruction-of-justice case against his former employer. And he's sure to have fresh...

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