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Case Study Outline Enron Team D Michael Kozup Pamela Hart Ronald Haskell II PHL 323 Ethics in Management Facilitator Frank Campbell University of Phoenix-Online March 3 2003 Outline I Identifying the Problem A Symptoms Enrons problems B Problematic theories to Enrons problems II Root problems A Accounting Practices B Roles of Key Players III Analysis of the Problem A Causes of the problem B Ethical Theories IV Alternatives A Alternative actions per different theories B Corrective actions per theories Abstract Enron Corp was one of the worlds largest energy commodities and services companies before its Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing it marketed electricity and natural gas delivered energy and other physical commodities and provided financial and risk management services to customers worldwide Based in Houston Texas Enron was formed in July 1985 by the merger of Houston Natural Gas and InterNorth of Omaha Nebraska Initially a natural gas pipeline company Enron rapidly evolved from delivering energy to brokering energy futures as energy markets were deregulated The company began marketing electricity in 1994 and entered the European energy market in 1995 CNNcom What then went wrong with Enron we will attempt to analyze Identifying the Problem Enron is the story of the largest bankruptcy case in US history thus far that has cost thousands of employees their jobs and their retirement Enron through a variety of accounting tricks relating to partnerships inflated their profits and lowered their debt They misled their employees investors and the general public about
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