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      Eric PoettckerEric Poettcker

      The main problem can be boiled down to greed on behalf of both Enron and Arthur Andersen.
      I don’t know behind the scene details but if there was the destruction of documents then it is also possible that there was money being paid out “under-the-table” to accomplish the so called desirable results. Which in turn ended up destroying both companies.

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      Carol RipleyCarol Ripley

      Greed was definitely the fundamental problem, but the conflict of interest created the opportunity for the fraud and lowering of principles.

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