10/16/2007

Wall Street Journal columnist David Reilly says investors did not not see credit-market problems coming and argues that a bailout plan announced by big Wall Street banks Monday shows post-Enron rules haven't done enough to protect investors when companies bury risks in off-balance-sheet vehicles. "This is the Enron disease, we have not killed it," said Christopher Whalen, managing director of Institutional Risk Analytics.

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