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    1. The Threads® Enron Database (TED) was launched earlier this week, to demonstrate a new team communications platform, Threads® Message Hub, by software developers JPY Ltd. The energy conglomerate Enron collapsed in 2001 amidst a flurry of fraud accusations, resulting in the imprisonment of top executives, the loss of thousands of jobs and retirement funds, and over $70 billion for investors. The...

    2. Watch: May 25, 2006: Enron Fraud

      ABC NewsMay 21 09:02 AM

      Enron executives cost shareholders billions of dollars in the largest corporate fraud case in history.

    3. Now might be a useful time to recall what happened to high-riding Enron and its auditors Anderson. It goes to show that The post Remember Enron and its auditors Anderson? appeared first on .

    4. NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Retirement savers are often warned about investing too much in their employer’s stock. Remember Enron, financial advisors will frequently say. But an over-allocation to company stock may not be a big concern for investors much longer. More companies are removing their own stock as an investment option in 401(k) plans. A new survey by Towers Watson reveals that 26% of plan...

    5. The 9/11 of the financial world

      Manila Standard TodayMay 03 08:06 AM

      From my perspective, Enron happened at around the same time as the 9/11 attacks in the United States of America. I was in fourth year college then, and perhaps did not realize the significance of Enron. Enron was much in the news at that time, but was still somehow overshadowed by the events of 9/11 and the build-up to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. However, much in the same way that 9/11 ...

    6. Read about some of the major business risks assumed by Enron and Arthur Andersen, its accounting partner, before its infamous collapse.

    7. Ex-Satyam chief gets relief in 'India's Enron' case

      AFP via Yahoo! NewsMay 11 08:54 AM

      An Indian court on Monday suspended a seven-year jail sentence handed to the former chief of outsourcing giant Satyam over a $2.25-billion accounting scandal dubbed "India's Enron". The court also granted bail to Byrraju Ramalinga Raju, his brother and eight others who were earlier found guilty of manipulating Satyam's books in a 2009 case that sent shockwaves through India's software industry ...

    8. Executives from leading investment management companies said Thursday they have a difficult time reaching the millennial generation—not just because of the technology they embrace, but because of their conservatism after witnessing so much financial turmoil in their formative years.

    9. Computer science researchers have turned to unlikely sources -- including Enron -- for assembling huge collections of spreadsheets that can be used to study how people use this software. The goal is for the data to facilitate research to make spreadsheets more useful.

    10. “I don’t think a tough question is disrespectful.” I arrived in Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, on Monday. Kiwi’s – as New Zealander’s call themselves – are one of the most literate populations in the world.

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