Mail Call: Readers Lambaste the Self-Serving Behavior of Enron Executives at the Expense of Company Employees
READERS LAMBASTE THE SELF-SERVING BEHAVIOR OF ENRON EXECUTIVES AT THE EXPENSE OF COMPANY EMPLOYEES
Deception and Disaster Kudos to Allan Sloan for the most coherent description of Enron's failure that I have seen ("Who Killed Enron," Business, Jan. 21). Discussions of the Enron debacle have been hampered by the complexity of the underlying transactions, and Sloan's analysis sheds light on these issues. I hope to see the day when the predominant practice in corporate America is to "tell it like it is." As investors, we simply want clear, truthful information on how a company has performed, how management expects it to perform in the future and what key risks face the company. Investors deserve, and should demand, better disclosure.
Dana R. Hermanson
Your cover story on the Enron debacle illuminates the inbred, …
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