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  • Former Enron Executive Pleads Guilty, Faces Prison

    Andrew Fastow's onetime treasurer will do a nickel. Also: credit markets send out sunny signals; new debt issuance still hot; SEC settles Reg FD charges with Schering-Plough. September 11, 2003

  • Fastow, Co-defendants to Be Tried Separately

    Will Enron's ex-CFO face the testimony of his former treasurer? Also: severing severance at Freddie Mac; Hevesi calls for investor activism; are smaller companies ready for the unexpected?; and CFOs on the move. September 8, 2003

  • What's the Word on Andrew Fastow?

    And how will Enron's ex-CFO fare if his former treasurer ''flips''? Also: Many companies cutting their liability coverage; Qwest restatements winding down; a CEO and CFO decide to ''pursue other interests''; and more. September 4, 2003

  • Good to Rate

    The rating agencies are under review for their failure to downgrade Enron more promptly. The only trouble is, proposed reforms might make things worse. September 4, 2003

  • Sticker Shock

    When Congress passed the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, it didn't worry about how much it would cost companies. Today, CFOs are totting up the compliance bill -- and they don't like what they see. September 1, 2003

  • SEC Study Endorses Principles-Based Accounting

    Approach should provide "more transparent information about a company's financial results and position." Also: Chase and Citigroup settle Enron-related matters; no LOL at AOL, thanks to SEC; and more. July 29, 2003

  • How Audits Must Change

    Auditors face more pressure to find fraud. July 1, 2003

  • The Case Against Cases

    Enron's popularity as a business-school ''success story'' raises tough questions about how case studies are prepared. April 1, 2003

  • Fraud Squad

    Federal investigators are on a crusade to elevate corporate misdeeds to criminal offenses. April 1, 2003

  • Survey: Health-Insurance Crisis Looming

    Most employers plan to pass some cost hikes on to workers; many small businesses considering dropping coverage entirely. Plus: SEC sues Merrill Lynch over Enron deals, former Anicom CFO indicted, and FEI president switches to wrestling outfit. March 18, 2003

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