In speaking to accountants about Enron, I have been a bit surprised by what is being said and the fact that many feel it will actually help them to solidify further the relationships with their clients. In almost all of these discussions, the practitioners initially expressed interest in finding out what Andersen knew, when they knew it, and how high up did it went in the firm. But something much more interesting surfaces as we talked.
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