Help Name The 'New' Enron

It has been reported that Enron will be looking to change its name from its now infamous name that will be forever associated with shady business dealings and unscrupulous accounting practices.

Let's help the new naming committee by getting AccountingWEB members' suggestions for a new name.

The "best" names will be selected by the AccountingWEB editorial staff and published in an upcoming newswire.

So let your creative juices flow, and offer your suggestion for a new name for Enron! Entries will be displayed under "User Comments" below.

(Please note that AccountingWEB reserves the right to remove any comments it feels are inappropriate for publication on a professional Web site.)

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