Enron Are Such Bonuses Inherently Corrupting

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2. Lay also instituted a bonus structure based on Enron's revenues and stock price instead of actual profitability. Are such bonuses inherently corrupting? 3. During an interview with The New York Times just 10 months after Enron's bankruptcy. Skilling argued that every transaction and report was scruntinized and approved by Enron's auditors and attorneys. In essence, he claimed that so long as Enron had met the technical aspects of the existing law, that they had no further obligations. What's the difference between technical compliance with the law and ethical obligations to stakeholders? Is it ethical to explicit gray areas of the law (areas that are not clearly defined) in the name of profit? What should be the drivers behind decision

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