The night was December 6, 2005. I could not go to sleep. As I tossed and turned, my entire life replayed in my mind. How did I get to where I was? I went all the way back to my childhood. I was raised in a middle-income home with an older brother and sister and two loving parents. We were far from rich, but had what we needed. I was a normal kid. I loved riding my bike and being with friends. I never got into any real trouble. My thoughts on December 6 moved forward to college. I made good grades and was extremely involved in extracurricular activities. Lying in bed, my thoughts drifted forward. When I graduated from college, I had a job waiting at Ernst & Young. I passed the CPA exam, and for the next five years served as an auditor and specialized in the...
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Lessons of the HealthSouth Fraud: An Insider's View
Issues in Accounting Education (2013) 28 (4): 901–912.
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Weston L. Smith; Lessons of the HealthSouth Fraud: An Insider's View. Issues in Accounting Education 1 November 2013; 28 (4): 901–912. doi: https://doi.org/10.2308/iace-50542
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