AMER. MEDICAL RESPONSE.
National provider of ambulance services. Formation, acquisitions, finances, strategy, management, control, structure, resources, leadership.
Financial analysis of the airline company. A publicly traded company with employees owning 55% of equity stock in the company. United Airlines as UAL's primary business. United Shuttle and United Express. Description of the airline industry. Impact of 9/11. Other problems. Stock performance. Outstanding value of UAL corporation shares.
Sarbanes-Oxley and Managerial Accounting
Considers the effect of Sarbanes-Oxley Act on managerial accounting, also discusses the reasons for Sarbanes-Oxley (the Enron and Worldcom scandals)and what the law is intended to accomplish. Includes a short abstract and a table of contents as well as copies of sources.
Discusses power and governance at American Airlines. The company's leadership. The power structure at American Airlines. Losses to the airline industry and to American Airlines starting in 2001.