Enrob Annual Report 2001

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A review of endless impossibilities.

Fortnightly Magazine - June 15 2002
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Enrob sure took its time releasing its 2001 annual report. It arrived in Fortnightly's mailbox in May, a good month or two later than other Fortune 500 companies released their 2001 financial performance reviews.

Tardy or not, this annual report's revolutionary flavor is creating a buzz in the financial community. And we're not ashamed to admit the report made a splash with us.

No more photos of balding, old men in dull gray suits. This report is replete with explosive facts, figures (see below), and photos never seen before. Enrob thought it best to reveal this startling information on its own terms and in one lump sum, rather than see a negative spin of events drip from the pens of the press on a daily basis.

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We strongly recommend you take a closer look at Enrob's 2001 annual report, an audacious new breed of corporate transparency. In his letter to shareholders, Enrob acting CEO Vance Boomer sets the tone: "Again and again, people ask me to explain how exactly Enrob makes its money. I try to be polite when I hear this irritating question, but it's symptomatic of 1980s inside-the-box thinking that has no place in the New Economy."

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