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The Enron Corporation
The paper discusses how former employees and investors of Enron can learn from their experience.
# 95067 | 1,401 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on May 15, 2007 in Business (Accounting) , Business (Companies) , Accounting (General)

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The paper describes the series of scandals by the Enron company that involved irregular accounting procedures, bordering on fraud. The paper discusses how displaced Enron employees stood to learn from their experience. They can learn how working for a large and seemingly stable company, which promises a lot of incentives, benefits and security, is not an assurance that they will receive what the compan promises or offers. The paper concludes that the labor sector should continuously lobby for its interests in both Houses of government in response to these developments and in preparation for probable problems linked to these developments.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Cable News Network. (2002). FBI Talks to Enron Employees. AOL Time Warner Company.
  • Hanson, E. (2002). Attorney General Orders Release of Ex-Enron Executive's Suicide Note. Houston Chronicle.
  • Wikipedia. (2006). Enron Corporation. Media Wiki.

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