03/18/2010 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

One Day in Cheating: Accenture ? Really?

Accenture Cuts Tiger

The Cheater Says: Really? Accenture? Formerly Arthur Andersen, the company that gave Enron accounting advice, then audited Enron's accounting, then recommended that Enron hire Arthur Andersen as accounting and auditing consultants?
That Accenture?
The same one that changed its name to pretend it's a new company, much like Blackwater is now XE, Philip Morris is Altria, and for some reason Lindsay Lohan is still Lindsay Lohan.
That Accenture?
I mean, headhunters tell jobseekers to delete Arthur Andersen from their resumes. They're better off just putting "1997-2002: The Heroin Incident."

Wow, Tiger. Accenture is taking a moral stand... on you.

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