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Avow or Avoid?: The Public Communication Strategies of Enron and WorldCom
Unformatted Document Text:  Avow or Avoid? 29 Romero, S. (July 3, 2002) “Chief says U.S. security needs links to WorldCom,” New York Times, p. 5C. Romero, S. & Atlas, R. D. (July 22, 2002) “WorldCom’s collapse: The overview; WorldCom files for bankruptcy; Largest U.S. case,” New York Times, p. 1A. Romero, S. & Berenson, A. (June 26, 2002) “WorldCom Says It Hid Expenses, Inflating Cash Flow $3.8 Billion,” New York Times, p. 1A. Ryser, J. (Aug. 20, 2001) “Skilling’s departure, drop in stock price but focus on Enron’s strategy,” Power Markets Week, p. 1. Ryser, J. (Nov. 26, 2001) “Enron, still in the market,” Power Markets Week, p. 3. Shiver, Jube Jr. (July 16, 2002) “Inquiry on WorldCom extended back a year; Accounting: Rep. Tauzin releases documents that he says indicate that the telecom firm might have started some improper practices as early as 1999,” Los Angeles Times, p. 1. Stern, C. (July 2, 2002) “WorldCom missteps may go back to ’99,” Washington Post, p. A01. “Strength of Enron’s cash position may be moot, given its spiraling stock slide,” Global Power Report, Nov. 9, 2001, p. 1. “Stunning demise: Enron losing its grip on markets, looks to Dynegy for relief,” Power Markets Week, Nov. 12, 2001, p. 1. Valdmanis, T. & Backover, A. (June 27, 2002) “WorldCom in ‘death spiral’,” USA Today, p. 1B. “Why WorldCom Must Survive,” July 1, 2002. “With Enron’s stock at 10-year low, ailing marketer in talks with Dynegy,” Gas Market Report, Nov. 9, 2001, p. 1. “WorldCom Announces Intention to Restate 2001 and First Quarter 2002 Financial Statements,” June 25, 2002. “WorldCom President and CEO John Sidgmore Responds to U.S. President George W. Bush,” June 28, 2002. “WorldCom Delivers Requested Explanation to SEC,” July 1, 2002. “WorldCom Press Conference Statement,” July 2, 2002. “WorldCom Files for Bankruptcy Court Protection,” July 21, 2002. “WorldCom Appoints CRO, CFO to Executive Management Team,” July 28, 2002.

Authors: Reber, Bryan. and Gower, Karla.
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Avow or Avoid?
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Romero, S. (July 3, 2002) “Chief says U.S. security needs links to WorldCom,” New
York Times, p. 5C.
Romero, S. & Atlas, R. D. (July 22, 2002) “WorldCom’s collapse: The overview;
WorldCom files for bankruptcy; Largest U.S. case,” New York Times, p. 1A.
Romero, S. & Berenson, A. (June 26, 2002) “WorldCom Says It Hid Expenses, Inflating
Cash Flow $3.8 Billion,” New York Times, p. 1A.
Ryser, J. (Aug. 20, 2001) “Skilling’s departure, drop in stock price but focus on Enron’s
strategy,” Power Markets Week, p. 1.
Ryser, J. (Nov. 26, 2001) “Enron, still in the market,” Power Markets Week, p. 3.
Shiver, Jube Jr. (July 16, 2002) “Inquiry on WorldCom extended back a year;
Accounting: Rep. Tauzin releases documents that he says indicate that the telecom firm might
have started some improper practices as early as 1999,” Los Angeles Times, p. 1.
Stern, C. (July 2, 2002) “WorldCom missteps may go back to ’99,” Washington Post, p.
A01.
“Strength of Enron’s cash position may be moot, given its spiraling stock slide,” Global
Power Report, Nov. 9, 2001, p. 1.
“Stunning demise: Enron losing its grip on markets, looks to Dynegy for relief,” Power
Markets Week, Nov. 12, 2001, p. 1.

Valdmanis, T. & Backover, A. (June 27, 2002) “WorldCom in ‘death spiral’,” USA
Today, p. 1B.

“Why WorldCom Must Survive,” July 1, 2002.
“With Enron’s stock at 10-year low, ailing marketer in talks with Dynegy,” Gas Market
Report, Nov. 9, 2001, p. 1.
“WorldCom Announces Intention to Restate 2001 and First Quarter 2002 Financial
Statements,” June 25, 2002.
“WorldCom President and CEO John Sidgmore Responds to U.S. President George W.
Bush,” June 28, 2002.
“WorldCom Delivers Requested Explanation to SEC,” July 1, 2002.
“WorldCom Press Conference Statement,” July 2, 2002.
“WorldCom Files for Bankruptcy Court Protection,” July 21, 2002.
“WorldCom Appoints CRO, CFO to Executive Management Team,” July 28, 2002.


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