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Confessions of an Enron Executive: A Whistleblower's Story
ESPIONAGE. FRAUD. POLITICS. "This book is one of the most chilling and compelling business stories I've ever read. Lynn Brewer lived the Enron story, and in a deeply personal, yet highly professional way, lets us peek into what can go horribly wrong in a publicly-traded business. There are some great lessons for leadership in this tale." Oren Harari, Author, The Leadership ...more
Paperback, 432 pages
Published October 8th 2004 by Authorhouse
(first published 2002)
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I only read part. First of all she was never an executive except in her mind. Her bosses, who admitted they were not considered executives, wondered how they could have an executive working under them. She didn't blow any whistles either. I did some research of a few of her claims and she has fabricated most of this. The funny thing is people are hiring her to speak and she is making a great deal of money. This is evidence that if you tell a story long enough you start to believe it.