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In the trial of corporate titans, witnesses describe a world of brains, skill, and deception. The collapse of enron case study q1 the key stakeholders involved in, or affected by the collapse of enron are: employees and retirees, thousands of them lost. Collapse: a case study of enron abstract the 21 st century has already experienced main reforms in the major corporate structures the surbanes oxley act.
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