Accounting/Finance Lessons of Enron: A Case Study
By: Harold Bierman (author)Hardback
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There is a great deal of confusion regarding the factors that led to Enron's collapse. This important book addresses this problem by providing a coherent explanation of the accounting and finance problems associated with the collapse. The Skilling-Lay trial, as it is related to accounting or finance issues, is critically described as well. Through its well-balanced take on events surrounding the trial, the book therefore enables readers to analyze the validity of the arguments offered by the U.S. attorneys.
The Enron Success and Failure; Enron as of 31 December 2000; First Six Months of 2001: Before the Storm; Sherron Watkins? Letter to Kenneth L Lay; The Clouds Burst; The 100-Year Flood; JEDI and Chewco: Not the Movie; LJM1 and Rhythms; LJM2 and Raptors I and III; LJM2 and Raptors II and IV; Other Transactions; The Collapse; The Indictment of Lay and Skilling; The Trial; A Slice of the Skilling?Lay Trial; The Skilling?Lay Trial ? Fair or Foul?; Mark to Market Accounting: Feeding the Growth Requirement; Concluding Observations.
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