Gwen Ifill discusses corporate responsibility in the post-Enron age with three top business leaders.
Accounting giant Arthur Andersen LLP pleaded not guilty to a single count of obstruction of justice in a federal court Wednesday.
Jeffrey Kaye of KCET Los Angeles reports on the corporate collapse of Global Crossing.
The Federal Reserve decided Tuesday it would not raise interest rates, but cautioned Americans that short-term rates will go higher this year as the country rebounds from recession.
Paul Solman of WGBH Boston reports on Enron's gambles and losses in the futures market.
Hewlett-Packard shareholders voted on the disputed merger deal with Compaq.
Ray Suarez reports on the charges against Arthur Andersen, the first criminal action to come from the collapse of Enron and also the first corporation formally charged in an indictment.
The U.S. government indicted accounting giant Arthur Andersen for obstruction of justice in the ongoing investigation into the collapse of energy giant Enron.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker discusses problems in the accounting industry and his recommendation that Arthur Andersen be split up.
The European Union denounces President Bush's decision to impose tariffs on imported steel.
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