Pulitzer-winner’s book shows how biz execs became ‘too big to jail’

Arthur Andersen deserved to die. In 2001, the accounting firm was one of the “Big Five” auditors in the country with around 85,000 employees and a thriving consulting business. But while it was named for a prickly and principled Chicago accountant, by the turn of the century Arthur Andersen had become an accomplice to some…

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