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    Enron Corporation (former NYSE ticker symbol ENE) was an American energy‚ commodities‚ and services company based in Houston‚ Texas. Before its bankruptcy on December 2‚ 2001‚ Enron employed approximately 20‚000 staff and was one of the world’s major electricity‚ natural gas‚ communications‚ and pulp and paper companies‚ with claimed revenues of nearly $101 billion during 2000.[1] Fortune named Enron "America’s Most Innovative Company" for six consecutive years. At the end of 2001‚ it was revealed

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    “A white paper is a government report outlining policy or authoritative report on 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 the world’s largest energy company‚ Enron’s scandal became the largest bankruptcy recognition and was attributed as the

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    Natural Gas‚ became CEO‚ and the next year won the post of chairman. From the pipeline sector‚ Enron began moving into new fields. In 1999‚ the company launched its broadband services unit and Enron Online‚ the company’s website for trading commodities‚ which soon became the largest business site in the world. About 90 per cent of its income eventually came from trades over Enron Online. Growth for Enron was rapid. In 2000‚ the company’s annual revenue reached $100 billion US. It ranked as the seventh-largest

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    Business Ethics Enron Case 1. Using the options market more for gambling purposes to cover loss rather than insurance. The culture was if one of their employees was making a lot of money they didn’t ask questions they didn’t look too deep into where the money was going they eventually gave these people more money to spend and use‚ what they realized later on was that that employee wasn’t very good. They were just lucky one time. They made some losses and had to get that loss back so they put

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    Enron 1. How did the corporate culture of Enron contribute to its bankruptcy? There was an overwhelming aura of pride‚ carrying with it the deep-seated belief that Enron¡¦s people could handle increasing risk without danger. The culture also was about a focus on how much money could be made for executives. For‚ example Enron¡¦s compensation plans seemed less concerned with generating profits for shareholders than with enriching officer wealth. Enron¡¦s corporate

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    ENRON Principles of Accounting Enron Key Players KENNETH LAY Former Enron chairman JEFFREY SKILLING Former Enron CEO DAVID DUNCAN Former Andersen partner NANCY TEMPLE Andersen lawyer THOMAS WHITE Secretary of the Army SHERRON WATKINS Enron vice president Enron started about 29 years ago in July 1985 in Houston‚ Texas.. A energy economist named Kenneth Lay became the CEO of Enron. Mr. Lay was a very optimistic

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    ENRON: The Idiocy and the Irony Introduction Red flags were blinding as Enron learned about possible corruption with Enron Oil Trading in Valhalla‚ New York. After the merger between HNG and InterNorth‚ the Valhalla office‚ originally established by InterNorth seemed all but forgotten until quarterly and annual reports were due. Supervisors Tom Harding and Steve Sulentic were rarely on-site‚ preferring the comfort of offices in Houston. Louis Borget who established and operated the trading

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    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 Dabhol Power Company and Maharashtra State Electricity Board: Structure and Implications 2. The Enron Deal: Why the First Stage Should Be Cancelled 3. The Enron Controversy: Alternative Options For

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    MD. ZULKIPLI MATRIC NO : 1333430136 Dr. Abdullah bin osman Enron : Questionable Accounting Leads To Collapse History ENRON CORPORATION. Enron‚ a corporation headquartered in Houston‚ operated one of the largest natural gas transmission networks in North America‚ totaling over 36‚000 miles‚ in addition to being the largest marketer of natural gas and electricity in the United States. Enron managed the world’s largest portfolio of natural gas risk management contracts and

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    Enron: The Fall from Grace/ The World’s Biggest Fraud Outline A. Enron’s History B. Overview of Enron’s Operations 1. Wholesale Services 2. Energy Services 3. Global Services C. Enron’s Timeline D. Enron’s Role in The Energy Crisis in California E. The Fall of Enron F. Why Enron Fell from Grace? G. The Crash of Enron 1. Key Management at Enron 2. Enron’s Auditor 3. Credit Rating Agencies 4. Investment Banks 5. Links with The Government (Bush Administration) 6. The Link of Enron with The British

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