ENG 201 Proposal

ENG 201 Proposal - competitively in breaking the law As...

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ENG 201-49 Professor Gangi What did Enron’s creation of an illusion do that permanently exposed one’s perception of the corporation? Enron made a false perception by creating an illusion to their employees and to the world. Enron duped everyone into believing that it was a powerhouse corporation. Enron executives encouraged employees to not only disregard the law, but also to act
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Unformatted text preview: competitively in breaking the law. As long as Enron made money or created the appearance of showing a profit, no one cared. For example, Max Eberts, a former trader was “scared” to speak out even though he knew what he was doing was unethical because he was afraid of losing his job. Traders had no idea that their actions were detrimental because they were following orders....
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