Telling the Story in Books and Movies

  1. Business Ethics and Other Oxymorons

    Published: April 20, 2003, Sunday NY Times Books

    The Inside Story of the Collapse of Enron.
    By Mimi Swartz with Sherron Watkins. 

    THERE is a faddish aspect to America´s recent fascination with business scandals. Enron was an amazing tale of hubris, greed, corruption and incompetence. Still, the impact of its collapse would have been far smaller a couple of years earlier, when the stock market was still booming. But just as “Chicago,” with its cynical worldview, was overshadowed by cheerier fare in 1975 and a big hit a quarter of a century later, Enron came after investors had lost a lot of money and were eager for someone to blame. It didn´t hurt that the company was already a pariah in California, blamed for profiteering in the energy crisis there.

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  1. With director Alex Gibney at the Sundance Film Festival premier of his documentary film on Enron.

  2. Signing copies of Power Failure, The Inside Story of the Collapse of Enron