By Paul B.W. Miller and Paul R. Bahnson

Straight frauds like Enron, Adelphia and WorldCom aren’t the only examples in which adverse consequences follow bad accounting practices. In those cases, management set out to deceive by blatantly breaking the bounds of generally accepted accounting principles.

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