In 2002, the lаrgest telecоm cоmpаny, WоrldCom, filed for bаnkruptcy protection after a series of accounting scandals. On the day of the bankruptcy announcement, the stock price of Sprint, one of the company’s industry rivals, declined by more than 30%. The phenomenon that triggered this decline in the stock prices of one or more of WorldCom's competitors has been thoroughly studied in both the finance and accounting literature. Required: a. Name this specific phenomenon and, in your own words, define it. In addition, provide three examples of corporate events that could trigger this phenomenon. b. What are some factors (e.g., macro-economic, industry or firm-specific) that could enhance or diminish this phenomenon? Be specific in elaborating on these factors. c. Finally, describe steps that Sprint’s managers could have taken to prevent the negative impact of WorldCom’s announcement on their company's stock price.
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