Bloomberg Markets reveals that since the mid-1980s Enron executives played fast and loose with the rules. The magazine quotes a University of Michigan professor and former CEO of American Motors Corp. as saying "Enron for years was a swashbuckling, buccaneering, wild-eyed group of self-satisfied renegades. They acted as if rules didn't apply to them." Among other things, Markets reveals that Michael Milken had connections to Enron.
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