Год издания: 2005
Количество страниц: 337
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Enron, WorldCom, Global Crossing-the mere mention of these companies brings forth images of scandal, fraud, and large-scale corruption. But do these dark stars of media stories represent a few "bad apples" or does their misconduct provide evidence of a regulatory black hole in the so-called New Economy? In Pump and Dump: The Rancid Rules of the New Economy, Robert H. Tillman and Michael L. Indergaard argue that these scandals are symptoms of a corporate governance problem that began in the 1990s as New Economy pundits claimed that advances in technology and forms of business organization were changing the rules. A decade later, it looked more like a case of no rules. Endless revelations of fraud in the wake of corporate bankruptcies left ordinary investors bewildered and employees out of work with little or nothing. Tillman and Indergaard observe that victims were taken in by organized behavior that calls to mind "pump and dump" schemes where shadowy swindlers push penny...