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'Real hunger' for financial prosecution

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Prosecutors in New York are suing Ernst and Young, one of the world's biggest accountancy firms based in London, for allegedly helping the collapsed investment bank Lehman Brothers to conceal the truth of its balance sheet from investors.

Gregory Zuckerman of the Wall Street Journal outlines the case.


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