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Enron - business and the market would be divided In the end...

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Sheet1 Page 1 a. How should (ethics) we regulate our energy? whom do you think does this well and who benefits? Energy must be controlled by the government. Businesses won't operate without profits motive or without keeping in mind their objective, may be long term. So in the end, it a amount of people who are related to the business or company (share holder, directors, employees etc.) So there can't be any decision which would be for all category of people. In simple economics there are market segments whi c and other which don't. So if energy are in private hands, then there are chances that there may be bias in pricing for different s And as stated in the article the only profitable way in energy business was having a larger market. So by deregulation, it would
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Unformatted text preview: business and the market would be divided. In the end lesser profits. And nobody would desire a monopoly that too with a priva b. What do you think of Sherron Watkins, who finally blew the whistle on the Enron affair? if you were in her position what would you have done? Defend your answers. What Sherron Watkins did was not a whistle blowing act, but was just showing her concern to the then CEO of ENRON on ho w As a Vice President she was supposed to raise questions and solve problems if there are any. She was just doing so. And even if it is considered as a whistel blowing act, then also I feel, what she did was right. If one forsees what is going to happen and dont warn or act then its useless....
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