Interactive: The costly rise and fall of Cobb EMC's for-profit venture

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Auditors documented more than $400 million in costs tied to the rise and fall of Cobb Energy, the utility cooperative's ill-fated foray into private enterprise that led to the indictment of its former CEO, Dwight Brown, for racketeering and other alleged crimes. Hover over each bubble in the graphic below to see the type of expense, revenue or asset transferred and the cost amount associated with each. READ THE FULL STORY

Source: Cobb EMC audit by Fellows LaBriola and Clifton Larson Allen