Enron 10 Years Later (Part 2): The Original Fortune Article

Is Enron Overpriced? In March 2001, FORTUNE pointed out that Enron’s financial statements were nearly impenetrable. January 19, 2006: 11:34 AM EST EDITOR’S NOTE – Remember when it seemed outrageous to suggest that Enron shouldn’t be the golden child of Wall Street? Before the congressional hearings, before Arthur Andersen was indicted, before the SEC and

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Who Defines The Risk?

Read a piece this morning in Le Monde (http://abonnes.lemonde.fr/idees/article/2011/11/17/un-delitement-politique_1605382_3232.html) by the French philosopher Yves Charles Zarka. He writes about the failure of the governments in the EU to lead during the current crisis and notes that Europe stands at a moment of profound crisis. This is not a new idea, of course, but it is interesting

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Welcome

Welcome to my new blog. As the title suggests, this will be a blog about global risk, finance and economics in the areas of supply chain, manufacturing, procurement, product development and the social trends that impact global business in general. In my roles at Accenture and Smith, I have the good fortune to see many

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