Business Ethics and WorldCom Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Business Ethics and WorldCom
A discussion of business ethics and the case of WorldCom.
# 136325 | 2,000 words | 7 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Business (Management) , Business (Human Resources) , Philosophy (Ethics) , Ethics (General)


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This paper discusses the WorldCom case. The writer notes that the WorldCom case brings up the issue of corporate ethics, that perhaps there should be a warning line for corporate behavior before one reaches out and out criminality. Dishonesty is not even good business. This paper discusses the causes and effects of the case, including the Sarbanes Oxley act. The writer calls for more focus on corporate ethics.

From the Paper:

"The case of Bernie Ebbers and WorldCom, ending in the WorldCom filing of the nation's largest bankruptcy case in 2002, may not even be the most dramatic recent case of corporate criminality. That honor may belong to Enron, though for sheer financial disaster, WorldCom holds the number one position. The WorldCom case brings up the issue of corporate ethics, that perhaps there should be a warning line for corporate behavior before one reaches out and out criminality. Dishonesty is not even good business. Dishonesty has a habit of catching up to people. The truth is easier to ..."

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