Investing In a Post-Enron World
IN THIS SUMMARY
The high-profile implosions of America's top corporations like Enron, and the questionable accounting methods of Arthur Andersen, forces investors to become wary of a company's ethical standards, and creates a need for clear warning signals and information to be able to protect oneself. Digging deep into the footnotes of annual reports, and searching for the true story of what really went on with those inflated numbers, this book educates the investor in the complicated game of deception played by the inner circle of this giant. The bigger they are, the harder they fall indeed.