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Business: Why Smart CEOs Make Dumb Decisions

From Enron, to Nortel to Cineplex...corporate managers have been known to lie about their companies' earnings. And just about every time they hurt themselves and the businesses they worked for.  Donna Guzik explains how new research sheds some light on why these seemingly smart, rational executives make such bad decisions.

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