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September 28, 2006

Further Fastow and other white-collar follow-up

Though the blogosphere had lots of commentary in a matter of hours, traditional media are now starting to reflect on the sentence given to Andrew Fastow earlier this week (basics here).  Here are two notable commentaries I have seen:

  • From the Houston Chronicle here, "Fastow's 6 years has a few experts scratching heads"
  • From Forbes here, "Corporate Crime: Where's The Justice?"

In addition, Houston's Clear Thinkers has this additional follow-up on Fastow and other Enron doings.  Also, reflecting more broadly on corporate scandals and sentencing outcomes, Professor Nancy Rappaport has this interesting commentary at Jurist entitled "Don't Outsource Your Conscience: Lessons in Corporate Truth."

September 28, 2006 at 06:16 AM | Permalink

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