Based on a real world, public company, $30 million embezzlement and financial statement fraud, this case helps students recognize red flags, analyze a situation using the fraud diamond, perform research and reflect on their own work experiences to support a belief, and conduct financial statement analysis. Its variety of activities are suitable for both undergraduate and graduate accounting students, and in-class and out of class learning. Because it is based on an actual fraud, it includes an epilogue with links to news stories and court documents, which improves student engagement with the material.

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