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AOL/Time Warner and WorldCom:Corporate Governance and the Effects of the Deregulation Paradox
Unformatted Document Text:  27 Demers, D. (2000). Global Media News, Newsletter. (2)1:1. The Enron scandal. (2002, January 28). Business Week Online. Available at: http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/02_04/b3767711.htm Failed effort to coordinate ads signals deeper woes at AOL. (2002, July 18). The Wall Street Journal, pp. 1, A6. Friedman, T. (1999). The Lexus and the olive tree. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Gershon R.A. (2001). Telecommunications management: Industry structures and planning strategies. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates. Gershon, R. (2000). The transnational media corporation: Environmental scanning and strategy formulation. Journal of Media Economics, 13(2), 81-101. Gershon, R. (1997). The transnational media corporation: Global messages and free market competition. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. How Ebbers kept the board in his pocket. (2002, October 14). Business Week, pp. 138-139. Kuttner, R. (2002, July 29). Today’s markets needs new rules. Business Week, p 26. Lehn, K. (2002). Corporate governance in the deregulated telecommunications industry: lessons from the airline industry. Telecommunications Policy. 26, 225-242. Let the reforms begin. (2002, July 22). Business Week, pp. 26-37. Lieberman, D. (2002, May 20). For better or worse, Levin traveled a rock road. USA Today, p. 2B. Lone voice: Excerpts from the testimony of an executive who challenged Enron: Sharon S. Watkins. (2002, February 15) The Wall Street Journal, p. C7. Monks, R. & Minow, N. (1996). Watching the watchers: Corporate governance for the 21 st century. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers. Mosco, V. (Winter 1990). The mythology of telecommunications deregulation. Journal of Communication. 40(1), 36-49. Nussbaum, B. (2002 July 8) Scandals in corporate America: Can trust be rebuilt? Business Week Online. Available at: http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/ content/02_27/b3790012.htm

Authors: Gershon, Richard. and Alhassan, Abubakar.
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Demers, D. (2000). Global Media News, Newsletter. (2)1:1.

The Enron scandal. (2002, January 28). Business Week Online. Available at:
http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/02_04/b3767711.htm

Failed effort to coordinate ads signals deeper woes at AOL. (2002, July 18).
The Wall Street Journal, pp. 1, A6.

Friedman, T. (1999). The Lexus and the olive tree. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Gershon R.A. (2001). Telecommunications management: Industry structures
and planning strategies
. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates.

Gershon, R. (2000). The transnational media corporation: Environmental scanning and
strategy formulation. Journal of Media Economics, 13(2), 81-101.

Gershon, R. (1997). The transnational media corporation: Global messages and free
market competition. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

How Ebbers kept the board in his pocket. (2002, October 14). Business Week,
pp. 138-139.

Kuttner, R. (2002, July 29). Today’s markets needs new rules. Business Week, p 26.
Lehn, K. (2002). Corporate governance in the deregulated telecommunications
industry: lessons from the airline industry. Telecommunications Policy. 26, 225-242.

Let the reforms begin. (2002, July 22). Business Week, pp. 26-37.

Lieberman, D. (2002, May 20). For better or worse, Levin traveled a rock road.
USA Today, p. 2B.

Lone voice: Excerpts from the testimony of an executive who challenged Enron:
Sharon S. Watkins. (2002, February 15) The Wall Street Journal, p. C7.
Monks, R. & Minow, N. (1996). Watching the watchers: Corporate governance for
the 21
st
century. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers.

Mosco, V. (Winter 1990). The mythology of telecommunications deregulation.
Journal of Communication. 40(1), 36-49.

Nussbaum, B. (2002 July 8) Scandals in corporate America: Can trust be rebuilt?
Business Week Online. Available at: http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/
content/02_27/b3790012.htm


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