Defunct Enron Broadband Services' COO will change plea to guilty. Division had planned to create an on-demand video service.
Corporate fraud didn't start with Enron, Tyco, and WorldCom and it didn't end with them, either. Fraud is rampant in the technology industry. What most employees, investors, and consumers don't realize is how much it costs them.
Thomas Perkins, co-founder and director emeritus of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, speaks at the Venture One Outlook conference in San Francisco about why current corporate boards can easily fail. He discusses the meltdown at Enron and the fallacy of building what he calls compliance boards that don't know their corporation's specific industry.\r\n
Have you done your ABCs with Google lately? Autocomplete for single letters tells us a few things about what's on our minds and who's top dog from A to Z.
After an astonishingly arrogant putdown from New York Sen. Charles Schumer, Houston is left with a wooden replica of a space shuttle, while New York, gets a real one.
Many who work at tech companies are the greatest critics of old-style corporate behavior. Yet, there they are wearing sweatshirts with their startup's name printed across their chests.
According to researchers in Florida, e-mail patterns give a very large clue as to the potential demise of a company.