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PLAYING BY THE RULES: ETHICS AT WORK

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  • Aired: 01/18/2017
  • 00:30
  • Rating: NR
The name “Enron” remains synonymous with corporate greed. In late 2001, Enron went bankrupt after using a series of accounting schemes to exaggerate its bottom line. Few at Enron admit they knew what was going on, yet that scheming didn’t happen overnight. This episode explores the rise and fall of Enron, and the story of one Enron employee brave enough to take her concerns straight to the top.
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You see unethical actions at work. You raise your hand and are ignored. What would you do?
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Major Funding for Playing by the Rules, Ethics At Work was provided by Ronnie and Lawrence D. Ackman. Additional funding was provided by Betty and John Levin; Lise Strickler and Gallogly; Patricia and Philip Laskawy; Graves and Colleen Tompkins. Distributed nationally by American Public Television.
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