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Business Line Twenty years ago today - No more negotiations on...

The Maharashtra Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Joshi, today turned down the Enron Development Corporation CEO, Ms. Rebecca Mark's request for another presentation of the case for the power project. The Deputy Chief Minister, Mr. Gopinath Munde, told ... Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago

Using Benford's Law to avoid corporate chicanery: James Saft

n"Investors wanting to dodge the next Enron, or just outperform the market, might want to pay particular attention to the first digits, and only the first digits, in numbers in company accounts. Called Benford's Law, after the physicist who ...
 Reuters1 month ago Saft on Wealth: Using Benford's Law to Avoid Corporate Chicanery  WealthManagement.com1 month ago SAFT ON WEALTH-Using Benford's Law to avoid corporate chicanery  Yahoo! Finance1 month ago REUTERS - SAFT ON WEALTH-Using Benford's Law to avoid corporate chicanery  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
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AccountingWeekly.com

Former Enron CFO gives business advice

Andrew Fastow, the former chief financial officer of Enron Corp and an architect of one of the biggest corporate frauds in history, recently offered advice to Canadian governance experts, urging company boards to make decisions as though the ...
 AccountingWeekly.com2 weeks ago Former Enron CFO suggests fraud is now ten times worse  Real Business2 months ago

Authenticity, People and Control are Key to Success

By Roger Harry, CEO of Circle IT Enron is long dead but its lessons about corporate values endure. The company's failure in 2001 represents the largest business insolvency ever while also highlighting corporate ethical faults. For me, on the verge ...
 Fresh Business Thinking1 month ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Do corporate values matter?

Walk into any office these days and you're bound to encounter a set of company values framed nicely on a wall. Teamwork is invariably one of them. So is honesty. You're also likely to find innovation, optimism, passion and courage. But how much ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 day ago Is Your Company Addicted to Value Extraction?  Sloan Management2 months ago
PRWeb

Morae Legal Launched to Ignite Business Performance for Corporate Law Departments

Shahzad Bashir, President & Chief Executive Officer, Morae Legal Morae Legal intends to be that one full-service technology-enabled integrated solution provider for the office of the general counsel. Houston, TX (PRWEB) September 02, 2015 ...
 PRWeb2 days ago
Japan Times

Toshiba Scandal Exposes Japan Inc.'s Governance Flaws

Chris McGrath, TOKYO — Toshiba's billion-dollar accounting scandal has shined a light on a corporate culture in Japan still beset by collusion in its senior ranks, unquestioning employees and poor external controls, experts say. The vast ...
 Industry Week1 month ago Toshiba's Corporate Culture Shock  Town Hall1 month ago Toshiba scandal exposes flaws in Japan Inc's governance  New Age Bangladesh1 month ago Toshiba scam exposes rigid system  Oman Tribune1 month ago
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Bloomberg View

Japan's Enron reckoning

More than a dozen years ago, the U.S. experienced a rash of high-profile accounting scandals. Now it's Japan's turn. Toshiba, one of the country's largest technology firms and an internationally respected brand, revealed that it had systematically ...
 Korea Joongang Daily1 month ago Japan Has an Enron Moment after Accounting Scandals  Accounting Today1 month ago
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Seeking Alpha

Will India Be The First Domino To Fall?

Government of India has been running like a giant Enron. India's trade deficit, financed by foreign debt, equity and remittances, is unsustainable. An imminent currency crisis in India can trigger the fall of the first domino in a global chain. ...
 Seeking Alpha2 weeks ago
Rediff.com

Ambitious plans in India? Good luck to Foxconn's Terry Gou

Like Enron and Posco, Foxconn's Terry Gou may just discover that when it comes to doing big business in India, it's better to stay under the radar, notes Kanika Datta.  Devendra Fadnavis and Terry Gou are entitled to their moment in the sun after signing an agreement for a $5 billion investment in a factory to make iPhones, BlackBerrys, Kindles and PlayStations in Maharashtra and generate 50,000 jobs.  For Mr Fadnavis, the announcement rounds off a week that saw General Motors shift ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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