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Enron Investigation #652860

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 20, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) The implications of the investigation of the collapse of Enron featured; details given about tax, pension and accounting reforms because Arthur Andersen was both accountant and consultant for Enron. [Senator Carl LEVIN - says Enron used tax havens; raises conflict of interest issues.] [Andersen CEO Joseph BERARDINO - says we did not bless Enron's economic viability.]

(Houston: Maureen Maher) The stunning impact of Enron's fall on its employees examined. [Wife and former Enron employee Cathy and Bill PETERSON - say we're living a nightmare.] [Former employees Sherry SAUNDERS, Stephen SCHWARZ, Jennifer GALLION - cite financial and job losses and what the executives did.]

Andrews, Wyatt;
Maher, Maureen;
Roberts, John

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