Remember how Sen. Specter wanted those corporate-wrongdoing rules eased last week? Yesterday, his wish came true. In the wake of the 2003 Worldcom scandals, federal prosecutors received new powers in the form of guidelines written by then deputy attorney general, Larry D. Thompson.
By December 13, 2006
By December 8, 2006
Sen. Arlen Specter wants to ease the guidelines that helped nail Enron and Arthur Anderson.