Just Desserts for Martha Stewart?

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photoThe jury's in: Martha Stewart is guilty on all four counts — conspiracy, obstruction of justice and two counts of making false statements — and there's a good chance she'll do prison time. This is the first conviction of the boom-era corporate scandals, and business experts are debating what this means for Stewart's company, Martha Stewart Living, and for corporate oversight in general.


Simon Crittle, New York correspondent covering the Martha Stewart trial for Time magazine

David Arthur Skeel, Professor of Corporate Law at the University of Pennsylvania

Robert Weisberg, Professor at Stanford Law School

James T. Madore, Newsday reporter covering the Martha Stewart trial

This program aired on March 5, 2004.


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