Chicago (Aug. 21, 2002) -- Harvey Kapnick, chairman and chief executive of Arthur Andersen in the 1970s and a champion of separating audit work from consulting, died Friday at the age of 77.

Kapnick reportedly suffered a heart attack at his home on Keewaydin Island, south of Naples, Fla., Associated Press reported.

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