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Faculty & Alumni Experts Discuss Enron \ Andersen Crisis


5/1/2002 -
 
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On May 1, 2002, the Kellogg Alumni Advisory Board hosted a panel discussion to focus on the flawed business decisions which led to the disasterous Enron situation. The panel was moderated by Robert Magee, associate dean for academic affairs; and included Kathleen Hagerty, professor of finance; Pamela Forbes Lieberman (KSM '90), CEO of TruServ Corporation; Steven Presser, professor of business law; and Lawrence Revsine, professor of financial accounting.

The Kellogg Alumni Advisory Board (KAAB) is composed of approximately 180 members of select Kellogg alumni . The KAAB meets twice a year with Kellogg faculty, staff and students to advise the school and to discuss key issues in the business world.