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April 19, 2002


LA CROSSE, Wis.—Enron, Arthur Andersen and Company, the Department of Justice, and Volcker relationships. How did these powerful people and organizations get to the point of no return? Or, are they even at the point of no return? Was wrong done and, if so, who did wrong first?

The public is invited to a brown bag lunch discussion from the Viterbo University Dahl School of Business on Friday, April 26 as Peter J. Krause of B.C. Ziegler discusses "Who Came First? The Crooked Accountant or the Shady Chief Executive Officer (The less Than Ethical Scenario of: You Got Caught With Your Hand in the Cookie Jar)."

Held from noon to 1 p.m. in BNC 122, the talk is free and open to the public. Lunch will not be provided. Attendees are invited to bring their own lunch to the talk. This is the first in a series of Executive Brown Bag Lunches from the Dahl School of Business. For more information, call 608-796-3360 or email Robert Dean, dean of the Dahl School of Business at

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