AA decided to hire all 40 auditors who worked in Enron, then added 150 of their own staff and put them inside Enron as Enron’s in-house accounting staff. Because all the staff was on site at Enron, went to Enron meetings, and made decisions in the best interest of Enron and not following the principle of doing quality work, it barely fair to say AA’s claim that it was only a few “bad partners”. Moreover, Anderson decided to break up it’s own Professional Standards Group and re-locate group members to local offices. Due to this situation, their power was seized. The company should make decisions not only to generate profit for company, but also protect the firm and all staff from any doubtful situations where unethical issues may happen.