Unformatted text preview: Andrew Fastow, the CFO of Enron, and his helpers were involved in the conflict of interest situations without adequate alternative means of managing these conflicts. AA also supposedly shredded all the audit documents. These documents were supposedly shredded before Enron announced that they had a $618 million restatement of earning and a $1.2 billion reduction of equity on October 16, 2001. An auditor should make decisions for the public interest rather than the interest of management or current shareholders simply because the public interest is what is going to keep the business running enough for the shareholders to profit at any time....
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- Spring '11
- Generally Accepted Accounting, Andrew Fastow, Enron staff