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What was the prime motivation behind the decisions of Arthur Andersen’s audit partners on the Enron, WorldCom, Waste Management, and Sunbeam audits: the public interest or something else?

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    Isn't that answer obvious?

    What do you think?

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    Well I do not think it was in the publics intersest but besides the interset of the shareholers what else is there?

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    It was obviously in Arthur Andersen's and the companies' interest to do improper audits.

    Check this article.

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