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Enron Scandal

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the enron scandal and its implications literature review and assessment Introduction Background Problem and Research Question This paper reviews literature that is relevant to the Enron scandal Enron was an electrical energy trading company that collapsed under theweight of its own misdeeds in the early years of the st century Theseeds of the collapse of the company however were sown years earlier The Enron scandal remains important in for several reasons First the utter disregard of ethical principles by Enron senior executivesindicate

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