Articles by Michael A. Hiltzik



R.J. Reynolds' Smoking Gun

  • 18 November 02
  • LOS ANGELES TIMES
The EU launched a lawsuit last month against R.J. Reynolds, accusing the tobacco giant in spectacular detail of being complicit in a worldwide money-laundering system.

Gates Warns of the End of Innovation

  • 24 April 02
  • LOS ANGELES TIMES
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates strode into a federal courtroom here Monday to fend off tough antitrust punishment and rehabilitate his company's image.

Memo: Enron Lied to Auditor

  • 08 February 02
  • LOS ANGELES TIMES
Enron officials withheld several crucial financial documents from auditors at Andersen for four years, misleading the accounting firm into approving inaccurate financial reports, according to an internal Andersen memo.

Energy Deals Were 'Incomprehensible'

  • 18 January 02
  • LOS ANGELES TIMES
The conference room on the 48th floor of Enron Corp.'s Houston headquarters -- the nerve center of the energy trader's convoluted and risky deals -- was at the opposite end of the hall from the company's outside accounting firm, Andersen.

Web Telephony Spurs Telephone Revolution

Gates' Ego Blamed for Guilty Verdict

Internet Companies To Lose Their Wires

Corporate Employees Get Piece of Profit Pie

Voinovich: A Satirical Look at the New Russia

  • 02 November 93
  • LOS ANGELES TIMES