Body of your paper: (5-6 Pages total in length)-Your thoughts should be supported with key words from our text. You must answer all five questions below and include AT LEAST THREE key words from our text when responding to EACH QUESTION. That means that you would use 15 of the key words in our text for this paper. This will show me that you are attempting to support your thoughts with key material from our text and that you are able to apply the material from our class. The five required questions are as follows:
1. From an ethical perspective, describe the factors that contributed to the rise and fall of Nortel.
2. What mechanisms should be put in place to better align managers with the interests of shareholders?
3. Would you describe the meltdown of Nortel more as a failure of “people” or of “capital market processes”?
4. What happened to Nortel is similar to what happened to WorldCom and Enron inthe early 2000s, and to Lehman Brothers, Citigroup, and many other banks during the 2008 financial crisis. Why do businesspeople keep making the same mistake?
5. Discuss how to prioritize the following remedies to stop such recurrences: business education, regulation of accounting/financial markets, regulation of incentives, or regulation of punishment. Also, tell me your thought process about your decision about priorities.
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Body of your paper should also include the following:
A. Title Page – Include a title page with your name, student number, title of your review, course number, course name, session, section, semester and date.
B. Introductory Paragraph – Include an introductory paragraph.
C. Font and Spacing – Use Arial or Times New Roman 12 pitch font with double spaced lines.
D. Length – Write a 5-6 page review not including the title page and citation page.
E. Reference Page – Include all sources on a Reference page
F. Utilize the APA Style for the review and to documenting sources.
G. Punctuation, essay format (thesis, supporting paragraphs with transition and topic sentences, and summary) grammar and documentation count toward your grade.