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Enron & WorldCom: Who Blew The Whistle?

agreement -- why should the whistle blowers? This is precisely how the handful of individuals felt when they learned their corpor...

Research Results: Have Attitudes Towards Whistle Blowing Change since Enron?

The writer analyses survey results provided by the student. The survey was undertaken to determine whether or not attitudes toward...

Irregularities in Accounting at WorldCom and Enron

savvy ways of getting things done. That is, until the fall of 2001. The nation, already shocked and stunned by the tragedy...

The Impact of Enron on the View of Whistle Blowers in the Corporate Environment

the market to the scope and scale of the scandal, but the way in which it impacted on individuals personally and received a great ...

WorldCom, Enron, and Ethics

employees - and even the economy. In the end, no one has benefited from either situation, because the methods were done in secrecy...

Workplace and Whistle Blowing

in Hollywoods interpretation of Wall Street, represents the epitome of complete disregard for contemporary corporate ethics. His ...

Various Employee Issues in the Workplace Workplace Considerations: Entitlements, The History of Rights, Education & Training, Community Support, and Whistle-Blowing

so medical and dental coverage from an employer for the employees. Entitlements on the other hand are more so agreements which exi...

Overview of Whistle Blowing

Whistle blowing and its processes are discussed in a paper consisting of eight pages. Six sources are cited in the bibliography....

Whistle Blowing in the Workplace

In ten pages this paper examines workplace whistle blowing in which there are few winners and many losers with Koch Industries and...

Law Enforcement, Ethics, and Whistle Blowing

This paper discusses the benefits of whistle blowing in law enforcement in five pages. Four sources are cited in the bibliography...

Whistle Blowing and the Theory of Lawrence Kohlberg

In five pages this paper discusses the adaptations of the Piaget and Dewey philosophies that have become to be known as the Kohlbe...

Company Loyalty and Whistle Blowing Issues

go into any individual or group of people deciding that something their employer is doing is not right and must be stopped. In som...

Federal and State Employment Laws

or her own economic good. While there can be no doubt that "the stakes in whistleblowing are high" (Bok, 1988, p. 331), the psych...

Morality, Politics, and Ecology

substances that will remain in the soil for many future decades. Current EPA findings indicate that even the most sophisticated o...

Health Care Industry and Whistle Blowing

the health care organization is ethically responsible there should not be any need for whistleblowing (Fletcher et al, 1998). An ...

Whistle Blowing Cases

(Nyberg, 2003). However, when we learn that the claim was made with a demand for $45 million the integrity appears to lose...

Three Business Ethics Questions

simply because the company did not want to lose money by taking the crib off the market. The social costs theory goes a step furt...

Health Care Industry, Confidentiality, and Whistle Blowing

importance of whistle blowers has been realised in the last decade, those on the inside of an organisation have the advantage of p...

Vioxx and Whistle Blowing

note that amid growing danger signs, "Merck fought a rearguard action for 4 1/2 years, clinging to a hope that somehow Vioxxs safe...

The WorldCom Meltdown

thousands of businesses around the world" (Moberg and Romar, 2002). It also carried "more international voice traffic than any oth...

Rise and Fall of Enron

Timeline, 2004). Jeffrey Skilling took over as CEO but resigned six months later; Lay returned to the post of CEO (FOX News Networ...

Engineer Responsibility and Whistle Blowing

This paper examines the unique responsibility of engineers to serve as whistle blowers for violations that are either illegal or d...

Marketing in a Post 911 Era

as consumers have an increased awareness of less tangible aspects, such as corporate governance and ethical and moral responsibili...

Values and Business Ethics

of philosophy dealing with right and wrong and the morality of motives and ends" (Shaughnessy, 2002, p. 20). But questions of ethi...

Corporate Governance Issue Examined

effect to such things, and these situations are no different. When people lose jobs, families suffer, economies suffer, communiti...

WorldCom and Enron Comparison

its current ratio is understandable. WorldComs values in these two ratios reflect its precarious operation position. Neith...

Businesses and Individuals Confront Dishonesty

corresponding functional interest in them * The interests of all stakeholders are of intrinsic value (Donaldson et al, 1995, pp. 6...

America's Changing Business Ethics

these contributions finds one incorporating the interests of ethics and morality within the corporate structure, essential concept...

Post WorldCom and Enron International Accounting Standards

a result of ending some of the companys more obscure partnerships (Leonard, 2001). And, it was these partnerships that severely h...

WorldCom and Enron

for bankruptcy due to its inability to hide such tremendous losses any longer. It took a matter of three month for the company to...