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Crain's Detroit Business
Paying the whistleblower: A necessary evil?Watkins, who blew the whistle on energy giant Enron Corp., and Cynthia Cooper,
Paying the whistleblower: A necessary evil?
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted yesterday
Watkins, who blew the whistle on energy giant Enron Corp., and Cynthia Cooper, who did the same at now-defunct WorldCom Inc., told attendees at Crain's General and In-House Counsel summit earlier this month that they paid heavy personal... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Tesla Compared To Enron, Ponzi Scheme In Scathing New Research Reportand Matrix schemes": Just to make its point, the report then immediately attac
Tesla Compared To Enron, Ponzi Scheme In Scathing New Research Report
Zero Hedge / Posted 6 days ago
and Matrix schemes": Just to make its point, the report then immediately attacks Tesla as the potential next Enron or WorldCom due to "aggressive accounting." Devonshire next points out something well known: without generous subsidies, Tesla... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
The harm done by Big Business worldwide is epic: Olivehave quite impressive ethical codes.) We’ve tried incarcerating the bounders,
The harm done by Big Business worldwide is epic: Olive
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 9 days ago
have quite impressive ethical codes.) We’ve tried incarcerating the bounders, including the Enron crowd, Bernie Ebbers of WorldCom, and Conrad Black. But sending the white-collar crooks of the Enron-era up the river didn’t prevent the prompt... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Will a crisis make you or break you? Legal experts provide guidanceSummit. Of course, the issues of ethics were most clearly on display when the
Will a crisis make you or break you? Legal experts provide guidance
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 10 days ago
Summit. Of course, the issues of ethics were most clearly on display when the two whistleblowers from Enron Corp. and Worldcom Inc., Sherron Watkins and Cynthia Cooper respectively, gave their take on how things have changed since their 2002... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Whistleblowers: Scandal response can help, hurtEnron, Worldcom whistleblowers tell Crain's General Counsel Summit that reactio
Whistleblowers: Scandal response can help, hurt
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 13 days ago
Enron, Worldcom whistleblowers tell Crain's General Counsel Summit that reaction can solve problems but create new ones Photo by Aaron Eckels Crain's senior reporter Dustin Walsh (left) moderates a... Read more
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Fortune
AT&T Wants To Keep Its Network Busy With Video Servicesconsumer cable and Internet infrastructure. Facing the popping of the Internet
AT&T Wants To Keep Its Network Busy With Video Services
Fortune / Posted 13 days ago
consumer cable and Internet infrastructure. Facing the popping of the Internet bubble, the fraud engulfing competitor WorldCom, and the collapse of the telecom capital markets simultaneously, Armstrong had to sell off his cable empire for half... Read more
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TribLIVE
Experts: Adjusting earnings gives rosier view of profits, but practice puts investors at riskstocks was shaken by the bursting of the dot-com bubble and the high-profile ac
Experts: Adjusting earnings gives rosier view of profits, but practice puts investors at risk
TribLIVE / Posted 16 days ago
stocks was shaken by the bursting of the dot-com bubble and the high-profile accounting scandals that took down Enron and WorldCom. The government responded with regulations to beef up accounting rules, making it more difficult for publicly... Read more
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Salon.com
The sharing economy will screw us all — and it’s retirement we have to be really worried aboutstock market crash of 2008. Add to that the real-estate and leveraged-buyout im
The sharing economy will screw us all — and it’s retirement we have to be really worried about
Salon.com / Posted 23 days ago
stock market crash of 2008. Add to that the real-estate and leveraged-buyout implosions of the early 1990s; the Enron and WorldCom bankruptcies in the early 2000s; the meltdown of Lehman Brothers; the bailout of AIG, the financial industry, and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Failure of Companies Blamed On Weak Corporate Governanceon weak or complete absence of corporate governance structures, as seen in majo
Failure of Companies Blamed On Weak Corporate Governance
AllAfrica.com / Posted a month ago
on weak or complete absence of corporate governance structures, as seen in major companies around the world such as Enron, Worldcom, Arthur Anderson, Leeman Brothers and in Cadbury Nig. Ltd; among others. Danbatta, who was represented by Mr. Felix... Read more

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