|WorldCom Official Tried to Quash Employee's Accounting Concerns|
|Topic||Ethics and Social Responsibility|
|Key Words||ethics, legal, email|
Emails released by congressional investigators probing WorldCom show former controller David Myers ordering Steven Brabbs, an executive in the company's London Offices who was raising questions about the company's accounting methods, to have no further contact with Arthur Anderson LLP. When Mr. Brabbs later again approached Anderson about the issue, he was again berated by Mr. Myers by email.
|Source||Yochi J. Dreazen, "WorldCom Official Tried to Quash Employee's Accounting Concerns," Wall Street Journal, August 27, 2002, p. B6.|
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