Cynthia Cooper and WorldCom (A) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

This case in detail in the home-opening WorldCom accounting fraud and ethical issues faced by employees in the course of the investigation. In May 2002, Cynthia Cooper, vice president of internal audit for WorldCom, the second largest telecommunications company in the United States in the face of an extremely difficult decision. After several months of surveillance, initially not sure what they are looking for it and two of its employees in Clinton, Mississippi, WorldCom headquarters found nearly $ 4 billion in questionable accounting entries. Phantom of the collapse of Enron in the fall of 2001 is still looming, and Cooper realized that the situation at WorldCom may be even more financial crisis. If the fraud was revealed, much will be at stake. Confidence in the company, the fate of thousands of employees, and pension funds are loaded shares WorldCom «Hide
by Jenny Mead, Pat Werhane Source: Darden School of Business 10 pages. Publication Date: February 14, 2006. Prod. #: UV1342-PDF-ENG

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