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Anyone know a good general reference page for corporate scandals?
March 9, 2004 4:10 AM   Subscribe

Anyone know a good general reference page for corporate scandals? [more inside]

I am looking for general summaries, i.e. the key players involved, what crimes they were charged with/convicted of, what it has meant for the company, etc. I am essentially looking for a list of things to search google for as I look for more detailed information. I am specifically looking for info on the following companies: adelphia, arthur anderson, enron, global crossings, healthsource, imclone, solomon smith barney, tyco and worldcom.
posted by rorycberger to Computers & Internet (6 answers total)
 
You could try CorpWatch for a start.
posted by bifter at 5:38 AM on March 9, 2004


yeah you'd think corpwatch would have something like that, but they dont.

forbes and cbs have these 'scandal sheets' but they havent been updated in a while
posted by yeahyeahyeahwhoo at 7:39 AM on March 9, 2004


Downside has a wealth of information on Enron's misdealings.
posted by Smart Dalek at 7:42 AM on March 9, 2004


While not an all inclusive resource, you might find something helpful in the vein of leaked memos, etc. from the always popular fuckedcompany.com.
posted by jazzkat11 at 10:49 AM on March 9, 2004


Here's a good diagram.
posted by monju_bosatsu at 11:44 AM on March 9, 2004


Corporate Reform Weekly has exactly what you're looking for, but it was updated Last updated May 2003. All the big ones are there.
posted by raaka at 5:34 AM on March 10, 2004


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