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  • Ldr/531 Enron
    Examining a Business Failure LDR/531 December 6, 2010 Jacob Nichols In October 2001, the financial world was rocked by the discovery of Enron’s accounting fraud. The executives cost investors billions of dollars, and many were charged and sent to prison. Enron, along with WorldCom, were tw...
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  • Accounting Fraud at Worldcom 2
    Accounting Fraud at WorldCom Vanessa Gail Woods Strayer University Connor-Green/ACC 576 March 21, 2010 Accounting Fraud at WorldCom The break up of AT&T opened the long distance service market to small companies during the mid- to late-1980s and 1990s. Long Distance Discount Se...
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  • Enron Info
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enron#cite_note-0 Enron Corporation was an American energy, commodities, and Services Company based in Houston, Texas. Before its bankruptcy in late 2001, Enron employed approximately 22,000 staff and was one of the world's leading electricity, natural gas, communicat...
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  • Conflict in Ethical Decision Making at Worldcom
    Conflict in Ethical Decision Making at WorldCom Kerry Seeley Business Ethics MT4200 National American University September 25, 2007 Craig Chaplin Abstract This paper explains how WorldCom began and where it’s at now. It didn’t take long for WorldCom to become the second largest long di...
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  • Enron Case
    Enron and Arthur Andersen Accounting Fraud Examination Concepts   A August 7, 2011 The firm was generally regarded as one of the fastest growing, and best managed Businesses in the United States formed in 1985 from a merger of Houston Natural Gas and Inte...
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  • Ethics in Enron
    Enron's Business Ethics Failure Module: Business Leadership Enron's Business Ethics Failure Content 1. Executive Summary .................................................................................3 2. Enron’s Time line ......................................................
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  • Business Leadership of Enron
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  • Worldcom Case Study
    An Ethical Dilemma at WorldCom: A case study of Cynthia Cooper The Scenario One May afternoon, while sitting in his cubicle at WorldCom Inc. headquarters located in Clinton, Mississippi, Gene Morse was stunned to find an accounting entry for $500 million in expenses, which was not accounted...
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  • Worldcom
    Management Organization University of Phoenix Abstract With the scandals concerning financial abuse from well known companies like Enron, WorldCom, Tyco, and Xerox many investors including the government are placing new demands for actuate accounting procedures for businesses. In the late 19...
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  • 1. Research Into Ethical Issues and Criticism Surrounding Scandals of Enron
    Research into Ethical Issues and criticism Surrounding Scandals of Enron (USA) and Parmalat (Italy) – REPORT Preamble As Senator Fred Thompson noted during Enron Deliberations in the congressional committee, “The real Scandal here may be from not what is illegal, but what is totally permiss...
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  • Worldcom
    WorldCom was founded in Jackson, Mississippi, as a regional long-distance telephone provider in 1983 (Bernard, 1). After naming Bernard Ebbers as CEO in 1985, the small telephone provider quickly expanded. The company went on to acquire 75 companies by 1997, with services ranging from telephone comm...
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  • Enron
    Enron Vanessa & Eduardo Abstract This paper explores the facts behind the demise of Enron Corporation, and American energy company that was based in Houston, Texas and the end of Arthur Anderson, which was one of the five big audit and accountancy partnerships in the whole world. Enron beca...
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  • Bankruptcy of Worldcom
    A company with assets of $ 107 billion requested protection from creditors The U.S. company WorldCom, admitted himself bankrupt, broke the sad records of Global Crossing and Enron. The second-largest U.S. phone network operator with assets of $ 107 billion has fallen victim to rampant megalomania...
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  • Worldcom Scam
    Enron and its Associates Used Questionable Accounting Practices Clearly, there have been cases where management knowingly deceived the auditors. Then there seem to be other instances where the accounting treatment envelope was pushed just a bit too far. In the case of Enron, David B. Duncan, the f...
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  • Enron
    Global Perspectives on Accounting Education Volume 3, 2006, 27-48 ENRON AND ARTHUR ANDERSEN: THE CASE OF THE CROOKED E AND THE FALLEN A Gary M. Cunningham Visiting Professor Department of Business Administration Åbo Akademi University Turku, Finland Jean E. Harris Accounting Department Pennsylv...
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  • Enron Scam
    Chad Ducharme Macroeconomics What do Enron, Tyco, and World-com have in common Intro The purpose of this work is to show you what happens when you try to cheat the system. the reason the government does audits and checks for so many frauds is because people nowadays will do whatever it takes...
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  • Arthur Andersen: Accounting Scandal
    A. Summary In 1913, Arthur Andersen LLP was found in Chicago, developed to become one of the “big five” largest accounting firm in the US. In 2003, after 90 years of business, the Chicago-based accounting firm was forced to close its doors because of accounting scandal I. The advent of...
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  • Accounting Scandal Preventation
    Nine ways to Prevent fraud in your workplace CPAs offer advice for small and midsize businesses   Over the past couple of years, the public’s attention has been captured by cases of corporate fraud involving very large, publicly traded businesses. In cases like these, the ensuing litigation...
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  • Arthur Anderson and Enron
    Arthur Andersen was one of the 'Big 5' accounting firms, the others being PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC), Deloitte Touche, Ernst and Young, and KPMG. Throughout the 1980's and 1990's, these five companies provided auditing and tax services to most of the west's major companies. However, in 2002 Arthur...
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