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jail terms, and even suicides for some of the managers.Reading AssignmentFrom a UoPeople Ethics professor: “I was at Texas A&M University (an hour or so from Houston) when our former students, at both Enron & Arthur Andersen started calling us for advice as this scandal was occurring. At some point, I stepped out into the hallway where all the other accounting professors were looking at each other, and we knew our world had changed forever.” Some ethics classes make an entire semester out of this case study, so there is plenty written about it.Arthur Anderson: An Accounting Confidence Crisis (N.D.) Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative. Universityof New Mexico. Retrieved from: %20Case.pdfBenson, G. & Scott, K. (2002). Enron and Accounting Issues. AEI Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee. Retrieved from: Brown, K. & Dugan, I. (2002, June 7). Arthur Anderson's' Fall from Grace Is a Sad Tale of Greed and Miscues. Wall Street Journal. Retrieved from: Edelman D. & Nicholson, A. (2011). Arthur Anderson and Enron: What happened to their Texas CPA Licenses?Journal of Financial Accountancy. 8(1).
Lessons from Enron. (2002). The Economist. Retrieved from: or here (Cached version): ?q=lessons+from+enron+the+economist&d=4765731980313794&mkt=en-US&setlang=en-US&w=moMB3Wz7TTR3NDbvdIES_q6NuILWEAciOppel, R. & Eichenwald, K. (2002, Jan 16). Enron's Collapse: The Overview; Arthur Andersen Firesan Executive for Enron's Orders. The New York Times.Discussion AssignmentIn the discussion forum, you are expected to participate often and engage in deep levels of discourse.Please post your initial response as early as possible and continue to participate throughout the unit.