BCOR 3010 Class #1 - Introduction (2)

BCOR 3010 Class #1 - Introduction (2) - Values Ken Lay...

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Ken Lay – Chairman/Enron Convicted of Securities Fraud Died Prior to Sentencing Jeffrey Skilling – CEO/Enron 24 Years for Conspiracy and Securities Fraud Joe Nacchio – CEO/Qwest 6 Years for Insider Trading Pending Appeal
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Bernie Ebbers – CEO/WorldCom 25 Years for Accounting Fraud Dennis Kozlowski – CEO/Tyco 8 – 25 Years for $400 Million Fraud Video
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John Rigas – CEO/Adelphia 15 Years for Securities Fraud Martha Stewart – CEO/MSO 1 Year for Insider Trading
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Floyd Landis Disgraced 2006 “Winner” Floyd Landis’ Phonak Teammates
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Marion Jones 2000 Olympic Star Marion Jones’ 4x100 Relay Teammates Video
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Instructor – Keith Stockton BS/Industrial Engineering 21 years of experience in industry Recently completed Environmental Studies Ph.D. Program at CU
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What’s Up With This Course? A survey of nearly 50,000 students at 69 schools found that 26 percent of business majors admitted to serious cheating on exams, and 54% admitted to cheating on written assignments, which includes plagiarism and poaching a friend’s homework.
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  • Fall '09
  • KEITH
  • Harvard Business School, securities fraud, Floyd Landis

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