Change in the Real Estate Sector: A Critique of the Work of an Article on Angelo Mozillo

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Essay #: 052386
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Change in the real estate sector: A critique of the work of an article on Angelo Mozillo
This paper looks at an article discussing an organization (Bank of America) within an industry that is a new stage of development – the real estate sector. The paper will briefly discuss the perceived or probable strategies and practices of the organization as it adapts to change; the paper will also assess the prospects of future success for the firm. What follows is a critical assessment of Tom Petruno’s article on the allegations of impropriety and insider trading brought against former Countrywide CEO, Angelo Mozillo. The next several pages will suggest that Petruno’s article is an excellent example of what can happen when an organization declines...
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Bibliography
Bank of America. (2009). Bank of America Corporation Code of Ethics. Retrieved June 3, 2009 from http://media.corporate-ir.net/media_files/irol/71/71595/corpgov/CodeofEthics12908.pdf
Hong, Peter Y. (2009 May 14). LA Land: the rapidly changing landscape of the Los Angeles real estate market. LA Times. Retrieved June 3, 2009 from http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/laland/2009/05/more-foreclosure-backlog-signs.html
Petruno, Tom. (2009, May 13). Countrywide’s Mozilo: the epitome of boom-era excess. Los Angeles Times: Business. Retrieved June 2, 2009 from http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/money_co/2009/05/angelo-mozilo-has-come-to-symbolize-the-wretched-excess-of-mortgage-lending-during-the-housing-boom--he-also-became-a-symbol.html