Virtue Ethics In Enron
Throughout the 1990s, this work continued to expand as it generated and served electricity those in the industrial or business sections across the US and steadily grew into an energy company to contend with (Ferrell, Fraedrich, & Ferrell 486). However, this was just the beginning, as the company grew and acquired different deals and side projects, what exactly Enron did was the source of much debate. In one interview, then-CEO Jeffrey Skilling was reported as having avoided the question of what Enron did to generate its sizeable profits (Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room). The main source of their income appeared to spawn from their approach of “introducing the laws of supply and demand into the energy system (Keller 2002)”. This market, previously held by government-regulated monopolies, meant a new frontier and new ways for a private energy company such as Enron to flourish.