Enron Utilitarian Essays and Term Papers

  • utilitarians

    principle according to which an action is right if it tends to maximize happiness, not only that of the agent but also of everyone affected. Thus, utilitarians focus on the consequences of an act rather than on its intrinsic nature or the motives of the agent (see CONSEQUENTIALISM). Classical utilitarianism...

      598 Words | 2 Pages   Consequentialism, Ethics, Utilitarianism, Hedonism

  • The Utilitarian

    | The Utilitarian, Libertarian and Rawlsian approach to Nestlé’s Ice Mountain Water | Justice Case Study Paper | | Rochelle Carlisle | 1/31/2013 | | Many people believe that water is just nothing, which in a way they are somewhat correct. Have you ever looked at the label on bottled...

      1097 Words | 3 Pages   John Rawls, Social justice, Utilitarianism, Justice

  • Utilitarian

    utilitarianism holds that each individual action, in all its concreteness and in all its detail, is what should be subjected to the utilitarian test. Rule utilitarians hold that utility applies appropriately to classes of actions rather than to given individual actions. Thus, by looking at the general...

      767 Words | 3 Pages   Consequentialism, Ethics, Utilitarianism, Rationality

  • Enron

    Based in Houston, Texas an American energy, commodities, and services company named ENRON CORPORATION was Ranked number 7 on the fortune 500 list in 2000, it was one of the most famous and largest integrated natural gas and electricity companies in the world. The company went bankruptcy on December 2...

      1479 Words | 5 Pages   Kenneth Lay, Enron scandal, 401(k), Enron

  • Enron

    factors that contributed to the failure of Enron? Briefly explain two key factors. In the repercussion of Enron’s bankruptcy filing, numerous Enron executives were charged with criminal acts. Those charges were fraud, insider trading and money laundering. Enron was described as “House Of Cards” as it...

      2041 Words | 3 Pages   LJM (Lea Jeffrey Michael), Andrew Fastow, Enron scandal, Jeffrey Skilling

  • Enron

    Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room Importance of Accounting Accounting is important because it manages the checkbooks of company which are important to analyses and determine the success of the business by looking through the different account statements and translating the company documents....

      252 Words | 1 Pages   International Financial Reporting Standards, Accounting, Financial statement, Enron

  • Enron

    ENRON AND THE DECISION MAKING FACTOR NAME SUBJECT PROFESSOR DATE Introduction – Students, analysts and critics of modern business practice will always consider the colossal Enron collapse as an important text book case about how a lot of different things inside the...

      4707 Words | 13 Pages   Enron scandal, Leadership, Decision-making

  • Enron

    The Unexpected Collapse of Enron Colleen Long LDR/531 April 3, 2010 Kemit Grafton The Unexpected Collapse of Enron Beginning in 1985, Enron was formed through a merger of Houston Natural Gas and Internorth, Enron Corporation. It was the first nationwide natural gas pipeline network...

      1218 Words | 4 Pages   Enron, Enron scandal, Derivative (finance), Finance

  • Enron

    Enron Scandal Summary By: Alan Rankin Break Studios Contributing Writer An Enron scandal summary would sound much like the descriptions of other high-profile business scandals, except that the Enron executives were actually punished for their misdeeds. Enron was a business conglomerate and...

      480 Words | 2 Pages   Enron scandal, Enron, Andrew Fastow, Jeffrey Skilling

  • enron

    a major issue. White papers discuss a specific business issue, product, or competitive situation.” The Aftermath Affects On December 2, 2001, Enron filled for bankruptcy under chapter 11 of the US banking code. This sudden collapse of one of Fortune 500 largest companies shocked the world. Once...

      717 Words | 3 Pages   Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Sarbanes–Oxley Act, Corporate governance

  • Enron

    Enron It took less than 24 days for Enron to go bankrupt from having almost $10b in assets. According to me, the most important factor that resulted in Enron’s doom were two-fold. 1. Enron is a classic example of failure of Stewardship Theory. By this theory, it is good to have one person as the...

      398 Words | 2 Pages   Board of directors, Enron, Jeffrey Skilling

  • Enron

    The Enron Controversy: Techno-Economic Analysis and Policy Implications Girish Sant and Shantanu Dixit PRAYAS Subodh Wagle CEEP, University of Delaware, USA The Enron Controversy, Prayas, Sept. 1995 4 Ÿ The Enron Controversy Contents Summary 1. Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) Between...

      22630 Words | 62 Pages   Internal rate of return, NTPC Limited, Combined cycle, Capacity factor

  • Sophisticated Utilitarian

    There is a very clear way that any sophisticated utilitarian could handle this proposal. Obviously, they have to consider that the limited sports program needs to be incorporated, but at the same time they can’t cut too heavily into the current sports program. There is a very clear plan that would allow...

      324 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Enron

    First, I wanna appreciate Xia’s thorough explanation of the impairment test about goodwill, then I am gonna focus on another aspects of goodwill with more detail. No wonder, goodwill is the most important part of a company’s intangible asset and it is often called the most intangible of intangible asset...

      647 Words | 2 Pages   Goodwill (accounting), Book value, Intangible asset, International Financial Reporting Standards

  • Enron

    Detailed Background and Analysis, business context Enron is one of the largest traders of commodities in United State; most of their business transactions were depended on regular phone calls. It was until 2000 that Enron?s management has decided to implement e-commerce in its business, it started out...

      739 Words | 3 Pages   Sun Microsystems, Enron, SPARC

  • Enron

    Matt Engler Ian Maxwell MBAF 698 – Futures and Options August 8, 2013 Enron: Could it Happen Again? The name Enron along with other names such as MCI/Worldcom has come to stand for the ultimate in corporate corruption and lack of oversight. They are icons of an era in which selfish greed...

      2198 Words | 10 Pages   Andrew Fastow, Mark-to-market accounting, Business valuation, Enron

  • ENRON

    Case Study Analysis: ENRON What is the history of Enron? What current situation does it find itself in? 1. Enron was created by a merger in 1985 involving Houston Natural Gas and InterNorth. Then in February 1986, CEO of Houston Natural Gas, Kenneth Lay, would become chairman and CEO of these two combined...

      2175 Words | 6 Pages   Mark-to-market accounting, LJM (Lea Jeffrey Michael), Enron, Enron scandal

  • Enron

    How did the corporate culture of Enron contribute to its Bankruptcy? Once a sound company listed in fortune 500, Enron, lead to downfall because of deceptive accounting system incorporated within the organization. Enron’s dubicious finance finally collapsed in Dec 2, 2001 as it filed Bankruptcy in New...

      1810 Words | 6 Pages   Andrew Fastow, Arthur Andersen, LJM (Lea Jeffrey Michael), Special purpose entity

  • Enron

    From the Desk of: Imran Omer Case Study: WorldCom From its beginnings as a long distance call player to handler of Internet data traffic, WorldCom was a spectacular firework in the sky before it crashed out as one of the biggest bankruptcies America has witnessed in its corporate history. WorldCom...

      1592 Words | 5 Pages   MCI Inc., UUNET, Bernard Ebbers, Citigroup

  • Enron

     Enron Case Study A company’s leadership and culture influences its business ethics. A company’s culture is known as the organizational culture. It is the actions and beliefs of individuals that work at the company. All the shared values and enforced policies contribute to organizational culture...

      1448 Words | 5 Pages   Enron