5 edition of Business Ethics 6th Ed + Guide to Enron Crisis found in the catalog.
Business Ethics 6th Ed + Guide to Enron Crisis
O. C. Ferrell
July 30, 2005
by Houghton Mifflin Company
Written in English
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Business Ethics 6th Ed + Guide to Enron Crisis Paperback – J by O. Ferrell (Author)Author: O. Ferrell. I found this book to be a big disappointment; it is definitely not worth the price.
Almost half of it consists of the appendix, with the full texts of the Powers Report, Enron's Annual Report, and the Watkins memo. While these are useful, they can be found in other places. The rest of the book is surprisingly "thin" and by: 7. InEnron was born. It'd become one of America's largest in just a decade with accolades like "America's most innovative company." But, by the end ofthe Enron scandal's ethics quagmire shattered that illusion as $74 billion was lost and lives were destroyed in the aftermath.
At one point, Enron was the sixth-largest energy company in the world. Enron shares peaked at $ in August (one month after Code of Ethics was published). Shares dropped to $ by January In Novemberit was revealed that Enron had overstated its earnings by several hundred million dollars.
Enron, for all that it was, a powerful company which periodically received criticism for some unethical, profit-based practices, was in general held to be a strong example of proper business practice. Enron looks at first sight like “type I”, like a classical business ethics case, with a typical mix of “amorality” and “immorality”.
But the thesis of the authors is that Enron is an at least as good illustration of “type II”, of window-dressing ethics, with talking instead of walking, ethics as rhetoric.
Enron Scandal -Business Ethics 1. ENRON: THE COMPANY & THE PEOPLE • 7th largest company in US and largest buyer/seller of natural gas and electricity • Heavily involved in Energy brokering, Electronic energy trading and energy services • Awarded “America’s most innovative company” for six consecutive years • Enron's stock was priced at $ in •.
Enron and business ethics. Sir, – Clifford Coonan’s article on former Enron chief financial officer Andrew Fastow’s account of how he went wrong and ended up serving January 6th. Subject: Code of Ethics Date: July 1, As officers and employees of Enron Corp, its subsidiaries, and its affiliated companies ("Enron" or collectively the "Company"), we are responsible for conducting the business affairs of the Company in accordance with all applicable laws and in a moral and honest Size: 72KB.
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