by Cynthia Harrington

Once solid blue chippers, the names Enron, World Com, Tyco and AOL Time Warner now strike fear in the hearts of investors. Losses in the double and triple digits are more than most investors can bear. And what makes the staggering losses from these companies even harder to accept is that many of them dispensed inaccurate financials.

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