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Buy, Lie, and Sell High: How Investors Lost Out on Enron and the Internet Bubble by D. Quinn Mills

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Appendix B. Financial Value Chain Influencers

Table . Financial Value Chain Participants/Relationships
Value created for Value captured (getting paid) Business velocity Influence Risks
 How paid? Who pays? Incentive/dominant strategy Time horizon Scarce (limiting) resource Mechanisms of influence over others Key relationships Drivers of/Importance of reputation Legal exposures
Entrepreneurs/Management
Founders Self, customers, employees, investors, venture capital firms

Economy: act on an idea

Capital appreciation Build a large, lasting company. Usually long term; it may be a life's ambition Reputation, time, money, idea Can choose who its investors are, can insist on a strategy Customers, employees, investors Success of enterprise drives reputation; ...

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