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  Enron : Climax of executive greed and deception 

Page entitled : Enron at its peak amid dissonant notes and serious problems

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How Enron share price peaked in August 2000 and Jeff Skilling further hyped the company in January 2001, becoming CEO in February, amid first contrarian notes by independent analysts.  


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... peak. It had been named “America’s Most Innovative Company” for five years, was among Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work for in America” and had returned its shareholders a whopping 89% (almost ten times the S&P 500 average) in the year 2000, weathering the storm that had engulfed the “New Economy” after the dot-com bubble burst...

 

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