Next month will mark my second anniversary of being involved in-depth with the accounting profession. And I don’t think much more than a work day has ever passed without Jeffrey Skilling popping up in some fashion or another.

Skilling, the former Enron chief executive who was sentenced to 24 years in prison on Monday, was pretty much the last man standing after nearly five years of investigators and prosecutors working to unravel exactly what led to the energy giant’s historic financial collapse.

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