Scapegoating Ebbers Won't Cure Telecom Corruption
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Opinion: Ebbers deserves every minute he's going to get in prison. But the high-profile prosecution of a few CEOs does more to satisfy the public's cries for blood than to correct the rotten practices on which the industry relies.