Malcolm Gladwell on Enron

In the The New Yorker. “If things go wrong with a puzzle, identifying the culprit is easy: its the person who withheld information. Mysteries, though, are a lot murkier: sometimes the information weve been given is inadequate, and sometimes we arent very smart about making sense of what weve been given, and sometimes the question itself cannot be answered. Puzzles come to satisfying conclusions. Mysteries often dont.”

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