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Enron

Lucy Prebble

Enron

by Lucy Prebble

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Published by Methuen Drama in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Financial crises -- Drama,
  • Greed -- Drama

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lucy Prebble.
    GenreDrama
    ContributionsChichester Festival Theatre., Headlong Theatre., Royal Court Theatre.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR6116.R42 E57 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination124 p. ;
    Number of Pages124
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23925104M
    ISBN 10140812467X
    ISBN 109781408124673
    LC Control Number2009483904
    OCLC/WorldCa429980188

    (The Raptor deals were written such that Enron was required to support them with its own stock.) When Enron's stock fell below a certain point, the Raptors' losses would begin to appear on Enron's financial statements. On October 16, Enron announced a third quarter loss of $ million. During , Enron's stock fell from $86 to 30 allmusictrends.com: Lee Ann Obringer. An excellent book, but with a missing chapter While the Enron story was passing from business legend to business nightmare at Smith Street in Houston, I worked in an office at Smith. I always wondered what had actually happened. Now I know. McLean does a wonderful job setting out the history.

    ‘Enron: The Smartest Guys In The Room’ Frauds and financial scandals in the business world were before an Enron’s case and will be after allmusictrends.com’s in human allmusictrends.com a chain of events lead to an enormous shock on the Wall Street and went down in history as one of the biggest business scandals. Known as the greatest fraud in American history, the Enron scandal has been the subject of many books and documentaries. According to Enron: The Rise and Fall by Loren Fox, the name Enron became synonymous with fraudulent accounting practices and "everything that's wrong with corporate America.".

    THE collapse of Enron was spread over several months late last year, when the world's attention was still on Afghanistan. The Texas-based energy-trading giant, once America's seventh-biggest. The LJM1 transactions reveal a lot about the mindset of Enron management. Using Enron’s stock as collateral made Enron’s ability to keep these deals off their books dependent upon the price of Enron’s stock. Using the [off-the-books] SPE’s to enrich themselves made this disclosure imminent if and when the SPE’s were consolidated.


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