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    Colin Boyd, "The Structural Origins of Conflicts of Interest in the Accounting Profession" details the events that led to the collapse of Enron and scandals at other companies. Do you believe that corporate capital punishment was a just outcome for Arthur Andersen and its many employees and partners? Why, or why not? Appeal to moral theories that have been discussed in defending your position.

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    I think that corporate capital punishment is the least that should have happened. We really didn't see accountability and people held to being accountable for their actions to the fullest extent that they should have been. When we look at the involvement of Nancy Temple and David Duncan, wee see that they encountered the most minimal amount of distress as far as consequences are concerned, ...

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    Do you believe that corporate capital punishment was a just outcome for Arthur Andersen and its many employees and partners? Why, or why not? Appeal to moral theories that have been discussed in defending your position.

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