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Unformatted text preview: Toffler and Mr. Bass. Ms. Toffler reported that management meetings measured its successes and failures solely on revenue and they failed to analyze quality and content of audit controls. Mr. Bass, whose main focus was on internal quality control, questioned transactions and roles/rulings of management within Enron’s audits. Due to his inquiries to management he ended up being removed because he was simply questioning the validity of the quality internal controls on the Enron account. Their statements conveyed that the main focus was primarily based on revenue gained rather than quality of service to the public and effectively complying with GAAP guidelines....
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- Spring '10
- Revenue, Arthur Andersen, audit internal controls