DC founder in the UAE: Tabreed has had the chance of existence as a founder in district cooling for an extensive long time, so the company has the knowledge of the UAE and GCC market. Ecologically Sociable Technology: The company is operating with the latest technology as compared to traditional air conditioning technology, which gives the company chance to stay stable for the long time in the market Existence in Eye-catching Market: The UAE and Saudi Arabia is growing at very fast track, so, there is great chance for TABREED to capture the major market share and an attractive investment for the its customers. Weakness of the Company: Financial Leverage: The company is highly leveraged and also is in expansion mode, the profit of the company goes to the interest expense i-e in the payment of interest to its creditors. Opportunities of the Company: Development in Other GCC
No one came out and stop the action. All they did is to hide the truth and continued to cheat to the customers. III.Objection A. Objection to Virtue ethics The Enron company should choose to be honest to the customers and do not speculate their stock price to the public and investors. The Enron should not make fraud accounting make their financial performance clearly and correctly.
Conflicting Interest: It has been suggested that conflicts of interest and a lack of independent oversight of management by Enron's board contributed to the firm's collapse. Moreover, some have suggested that Enron's compensation policies engendered a myopic focus on earnings growth and stock price. In addition, recent regulatory changes have focused on enhancing the accounting for SPEs and strengthening internal accounting and control systems. We review these issues, beginning with Enron's board. The conflict of interest between the two roles played by Arthur Andersen, as auditor but also as consultant to Enron.
Board of Director of Tomei Consolidated Berhad consists of one Executive Chairman, five of Group Managing Director and three of Non-Executive Director. Tan Sri Datok Ng Teck Fong was appointed as the Group Executive Chairman of Tomei Consolidated Berhad since 21 April 2006. He was starting his business with the small family enterprise since early 1968. He was served as President Federation Associations of Gold Traders in Malaysia for six years before he become as the Group Executive Chairman Of Tomei Consolidate and he also cooperate with the Fedmas Assay Office in Penang to testing the valuable metal content of jewellery and ensure the standards is based on international compliance. With more than 40 years of experience in the jewellery of industry and armed with the Bachelor of Science Degree Chemistry in Taiwan National Cheng Kung University therefore, Ng Teck Fong is the
Enron was a Houston-based natural gas pipeline company formed by merger in 1985. By early 2001, Enron had morphed into the 7th largest U.S. Company and the largest U.S. buyer and seller of natural gas and electricity. According to New York Times (2002), Enron announced a huge third-quarter overstating in its earnings by almost $600 million over five years. The Security Exchange Commission (SEC) then began an inquiry into Enron’s accounting practices on October 22, 2001. Enron filed for bankruptcy on December 2, 2001 and left all the investors and retirees with worthless stock.
2008 and 2009 financials were unaudited which would have gone negative to Sun Pharma if the statement was not established as true and fair of those two years. There were quality issues in U.S. by US – FDA regarding the products which were sourced from Taro’s manufacturing unit in Canada. This transaction was definitely very complex and goes back to 2007, where Sun Pharma had signed a deal to acquire Taro for $454 million. The shareholders of Taro (other than Sun Pharma and its associates) would get $39.50 per share upon the close of the deal. It was denied by two shareholders of Taro- Raging Capital and Grand Slam, saying that the deal value offered by Sun Pharma was not sufficient and the amount should have been $110 per share.
Tata Communications ' next-generation CDN service, powered by Bit Gravity 's technology, delivers the highest performance and reliability in the industry while providing immediate access to content, including High-Definition Video, without delay or jitter, and the highest levels of throughput for end users. Following this, Tata Communications acquired Bit Gravity in February 2011 as part of its long term media and entertainment strategy. Also in 2008, Tata Communications launched Tele presence Exchange Services, the world’s first to offer both private and public Telepresence rooms to businesses across the world. This ground breaking service enables a broader ecosystem of connected rooms and provides a powerful collaboration tool that transformed the way enterprises do
First of all, I think the final collapse of Enron on December 2, 2001, under Lay and Skilling was because of their leadership style and corporate administration issue that prompt to the corporate culture of the organization. The failure of the company was not only caused by one person’s doing but whole top management from the beginning. As the Chinese saying goes, “paper cannot hold a fire.” Hence, the mistakes they made accumulated day by day and finally end up with huge debts and bankruptcy. The things which had Lay and Skilling did is difficult to show both of them were violating laws. In fact, it is both of them that formed the corporate culture and bring in their own beliefs and instill into the company.
Kanan Devan Hills Plantations Co. Pvt. Ltd. The Kanan Devan Hills Plantations Company (KDHP) is the largest tea plantation company in South India. This Munnar-based plantation has achieved Rainforest Alliance Certification for all of its 7 estates and 16 factories, making it one of the largest tea plantation companies in the world to receive the prized recognition in a single shot. The company was also ranked No 1 in the category for Best Company for employee involvement and participation in 2015.